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HON. ELI J. KING, MAYOR 



1921 

TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

OF THE 

City of Berlin, N. H. 

FOR the year ending 

JANUARY 31, 1921 

TOGETHER WITH OTHER ANNUAL REPORTS 
AND PAPERS RELATING TO THE 
AFFAIRS OF THE CITY 




BERLIN, N. H. 

THE BARNEY-REPORTER PRESS 

192 1 






City Government 

Berlin, N. H. 
1920-1921 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



Mayor 

ELI J. KING 
Elected aniiualh'j in March, by the people. Salary $700 per year. 



City Council 

One Councilman elected annually for the term of three years by the 

voters of each ward. Salary $2.00 for actual attendance 

at regular, special and adjourned meetings. Not 

to exceed $7o.00 annually. 

Ward 1— J. H. ROY 

HENRY BLACKBURN 
B. S. HAYWARD 

Ward 2— WILFRED J. HALLE 
GEORGE F. LOVETT 
P. J. McGEE 

Ward 3— OTTO J. A. DAHL 

FRANK J. BUTTON 
J. WILLARD COOPER 



CITY OF BERLIN 

Ward 4— ALBERT QUINTAL 
MICHAEL J. MYLER 
OCTAVE J. COMPAGNA 



City Clerk 

H. M. MOFFETT 

Elected annually by the City Council. Salary $1^400 per annum 

with fees as provided by law. Also Clerk of City Council. 

Office in City Hall. 



Standing' Committees of the City Council, 1920-1921 

Accounts and Claims — Cooper, Lovett, Roy. 

Public Works — ^Myler, Dahl, McGee, Blackburn. 

Election Returns — Compagna, Hallee, Hayward. 

Electric Lights — ^Blackburn, Hallee, Quintal, Button. 

Engrossed Ordinances — Lovett, Cooper, Quintal. 

Finance Committee — Mayor, Cooper, Lovett. 

Fire Department — Quintal, McGee, Roy, Hallee. 

Printing and Stationery — 'Cooper, Compagna, Hayward, Hallee. 

Public Instruction — Hallee, Button, Hayward. 

Public Health — Dahl, Myler, McGee, Button. 

Salaries — ^McGee, Bahl, Myler, Cooper. 

Public Buildings — Roy, McGee, Compagna, Hayward. 



City Treasurer 

HARRY W. NOYCES 
Elected annually by the City Council. Salary $400 per year. 



City Auditor 

W. B. BRY^ANT 
Berlin, N. H. 



City Engineer 

FRANCIS L. BRANNEN 
Elected annually by the City Council. Office, City Hall. 



CITY GOVERNMENT 5 

Inspector of Buildings 

ALFRED LAUZIERE 

Elected annually by the City Council. Residence, Corner Green St. 
and First Ave. Office, City Hall. 



Sealer of Weights and Measures 

ULRIC DUVAL 
Elected annually by the City Council. Salary $300 per annum. 



Collector of Taxes 

TJLRIC DUVAL 
Elected annually by the City Council. Salary $1,500 per annum. 



City Solicitor 

O. J. COULOMBE 

Elected annually by the City Council. Salary $600 per annum. 
Office, Gilbert Building and City Hall. 



Board of Assessors 

Ward 1— ALFRED LAUZIERE. 

Ward 2— JASON WOODWARD. 

Ward 3— WILFRED A. HODGDON. 

Elected annually by the City Council, for a term of three years, 

one from each Ward. Assessors' rooms second Tuesday 

evening of each month. • Salary $500 each. 

JENNIE SHERIDAN, Clerk. 



Street and Sewer Commissioner 

OZMAN W. FERNALD 
Elected annually by the City Council. Salary $2,850.00 per annum. 



Overseer of the Poor 

ALPHA B. FORBUSH 

Elected annually by the City Council. Salary $350 per annum. 



6 OITY OF BEKLIN 

Board of Health 

Ward 3 — Roderick Blackburn, Chairman. 

Grafton Street. 
Ward 2— Dr. H. E. Wilkinson. 

Rosidenee, Washington Street. 

Ward 3— Arc-hille Landry. 

School Street. 

Elected annually by the City Council. Salary $50 per annum for 

each member. 



Health Officer and Milk Inspector 

L. W. WELLINGTON 

Office, City Hall. Salary $1,600 per annum. 



DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOLS 



Board of Education 

JOHN H. HOULIHAN, Chairman. 
LUCY W. FOWLER. 
*PETER DESAUTELS. 

fleeted for three years, one for each year, by the City Council. 

Salary $100 per annum for chairman, $50 per annum 

for other members. 



Superintendent of Schools 

HARRY L. MOORE 

Residence, Washington Street. 
Salary $4,000 i)er auinuii. Paid liy the State. 



Principal of High School 

DANIEL W. :vracLEAN 
Salary, $;^,500 per annum. 



*Resigned. Wm. G. Dupont aii])ointed and resigned, and John Fogarty 
•appointed. 



CITY aOVEENMENT 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 



Trustees 

CAROLINE G. BROWN 
GEORGE F. LOVETT 
MRS. PETER Ml- CRYSTAL 
Elected for three years, one for each year, by the people. 



Librarian 

*LOTTIE KAILEY 



Assistant Librarian 

JULIA LAFFIN 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Police Commission 

T. H. SAMSON, Chairman. 
Term expires September 1, 1921, 

E. N. WHIT COMB 
Term expires September 1, 1922. 

RICHARD ROYSTON 

Term expires September 1, 1923. 

One commissioner appointed annually by the Governor, to serve 

for three years. 



City Marshal 

IVIALCOLM SHOREY 
Appointed by Police Commission. Police Station, City Hall. 



Assistant City Marshal 

tHARRY HAZZARD 

Appointed by Police Commission. Police Station, City Hall. 



'Resigned. Ethel Goss appointed. tResigned. Nelson Cote appointed. 



CITY OF BERLIN 

Police Officers 

BURTON SUNBURY 
FELIX SHOREY 
PHILIP BOUGIE 
WILLIAM LYMJAN 
JOSEPH ROUSSE 
ARTHUR EDISON 
ADELARD GAGNE 
ETIENNE VALLEE 
ALFRED ERICKBON 
HERBERT COLE 
Appointed by Police Commission. Salary, $32.00 per week. 



Special Police Officers 

M^RK T. WIGHT OCTAVE LAMBERT 

JEREMIAH COFFEY MARK MURRAY 

JACOB COUTURE TIMOTHY ROWE 



Constables 

HARRY D. SHEA JOHN B. NOYES 

Appointed by Police Commission. 



Dog Constable 

THEOPHILE CANTIN 
Appointed by Police Commission. 



MUNICIPAL COURT 

OF BERLIN, N. H. 



Justice 

GEORGE F. RICH 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Salary $800 per annum. 

Wertheim Block, Main Street. 



CITY GOVEENMENT 

Associate Justice 

MATTHEW J. EYAN 
Office, Sheridan Building, Main Street. 



Clerk of Court 

H. M. MOFFETT 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 



Chief Engineer 

ALFEED H. SLOANE 
Elected annually by the City Council. Salary $38.00 per week. 



First Assistant Engineer 

*EOBEET PINGEEE 
Elected annually by the City Council. Salary $25.00 per month. 



Steamer Engineer 

JOSEPH GOSSELIN 



WARD OFFCERS 



Moderators 

Ward 1— OLIVEE DUSSAULT 
Ward 2— HEEBEET I. GOSS 
Ward 3— HAEEY E. BAETLETT 
Ward 4— JAMES BAGLEY 



Ward Clerks 

Ward 1— GEOEGE DANCOUS 
Ward 2— W. J. HALLE 
Ward 3— W. J. OLESON 
Ward 4— J. A. LETOUENEAU 



'Resigned. Olaf Oleson appointed, $25.00 per month. 



10 CITY OF BERLIN 

Supervisors of the Check Lists 

Ward 1— BERNARD COVIEO 
ASA E. KELLEY 
ALFRED DUPUIS 

Ward 2— GEORGE DUVAL 
LEO PARENT 
A. E. MIOHAUD 

Ward 3— M. C. FROST 

JOSEPH J. ROBERGE 
CHRISTIAN CHRISTIANSON 

Ward 4— OCTAVE COMPAGNA 
FELIX VALLIERE 
JOHN LAVOIE 



Board of Park Commissioners 

W. R. BROWN 
A. M. STAHL 
J. FRED BELL 



Mayors of the City of Berlin 



The Charter of the City of Berlin was adojited by the citizens, 
February 20, 1897. 

Hon. Henry F. Marston 1897-1898 

1898-1899 

Hon. John B. Noyes 1899-1900 

Hon. Frank L. Wilson 1900-1901 

Hon. Fred L. Clement 1901-1902 

Hon. John B. Gilbert 1902-190.3 

190;M904 
1904-1905 

Hon. George E. Hutehins 1905-1906 

1906-1907 
1907-1908 

Hon. Fremont D. Bartlett 1908-1909 

1909-1910 

Hon. Daniel J. Daley 1910-1911 

1911-1912 
1912-1918 
191.3-1914 
1914-1915 

Hon. George F. Rich 1915-1916 

1916-1917 
1917-1918 
1918-1919 

Hon. Eli J. King 1919-1920 

1920-1921 



Inaugural Address 



Delivered by the Mayor, Hon. Eli J. King 



To the Honorable City Council of Berlin: 

It is my pleasant duty to address you for the second term 
relative to the business affairs of our city. 

The citizens of Berlin have seen fit this year to make some 
changes in this body. To the new members I extend a welcome, 
and ask you to take up your share of the burdens with the older 
members; to the members who served last year, I ask for the 
same consideration and support given me last year, and I sin- 
cerely hope that our relations will continue as pleasant and co- 
operative. 

Obeying the mandate of the citizens who willed a political 
change in the affairs of the city, I have made some changes in the 
city appointments; this does not reflect in any way on the work 
•of those who failed of reappointment. It is simply carrying out 
the system of the political will of the people, incident to our 
form of city government. 

Finances 

The financial affairs of the country are somewhat unsettled, 
material and labor are high, but this is no reason why our city 
should not progress even under such adverse conditions. Financiers 
end thinking men all over the country fail to see how present 
conditions are likely to change within the next there or four 
years. No one is curtailing work on account of these conditions, 
but on the contrary are planning to go ahead with the usual pre- 
war vigor. I am of the opinion that the city of Berlin should 
follow the course of events. 

If we are to do all the work that is needed and should be 
done this year, we will have to raise a bond issue of at least one 
hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. This should be done 
.at once if the bond market is normal and settled. 



14 CITY OF BERLIN 

You will readily see that on account of these conditions it 
is useless for us to try to reduce the tax rate this year; there 
wiP no doubt be a slight increase. 

Department of Public Works 

The Department of Public Works does necessarily demand 
the expenditure of large sums of money every year. The coming 
year will be no exception. I favor completing the extension of 
Pleasant Street to Exchange this coming year. I believe that 
the benefits that will accrue to our city by building this exten- 
sion will greatly offset the necessary expenses. 

We are greatly in need of new sewers in every part of the 
city and especially in that part of Ward Four known as Forbush 
Park. The people in that community are entitled to sewers and 
ought to have them this year. 

I favor building a j^ermanent piece of road beginning at First 
Street and running as far as the Murray place on the Milan road. 

Also a macadamized road beginning at First Avenue, running 
over Second Avenue as far as Willard Street. This will complete 
the loop in that section. 

I recommend that School Street, beginning at Church Street, 
running down Third Street to Main Street, be completed this 
year. This ought to have been done last year, but on account 
of conditions we were unable to do it. 

The first work we ought to do this year is to complete Glen 
Avenue as far as the Cascades. 

Last year we were unable to start work on our federal aid 
road, or the West Malan road, so called. There will be available 
this year for tliis work six thousand dollars from the federal 
funds and six thousand dollars from the state funds, and we will 
have to appropriate six thousand dollars from the city funds, 
making a total of eighteen thousand dollars to be expended on 
that road this year. I favor beginning our work at the inciner^or 
plant, and going as far this year as the money will last. 

Some progress was made on our sidewalks last year, but a 
great many more are needed, especially in Ward Four. 

Public Schools 

. Our public schools are doing very good work indeed and we 
ought to be very ^iroud of them. Tliey are up to the standard 
and are considered among the best schools in New Hampshire, 



INAUGUEAL ADDRESS 15 

and it should be our aim and desire to keep them up to this 
standard. Increased pay for teachers is being agitated all over 
the country, and Berlin will have to keep pace with the increased 
pay granted to these teachers. In order to employ the best we 
will have to increase our appropriations to meet this situation. 

Fire Department 

Last year I suggested that this deiiartmeut was in need of 
better discipline in order to bring it up to the standard. I am 
sorry to state that nothing was done to remedy the obvious defects 
and that this department showed no improvement. In order to 
bring about this very necessary betterment in this department, I 
have made changes in the appointment of the chief and assistant 
chief. I sincerely hope that with the installation of this new 
blood in the department, that marked improvement will be shown 
during the coming year. 

We already have the appropriation for a combination chemical 
and hose auto truck. I recommended that the committee imme- 
diately purchase this apparatus. 

Public Parks and Play Grounds 

Last year a bond issue was floated for the purposes of this 
department amounting to twenty-five thousand dollars. A very 
small part of this amount was expended by the Park Commis- 
sioners, and I hojje that this dejiartment will realize the necessity 
of doing something substantial this year. 

Conclusion 

The citizens of Berlin by their vote have delegated to us the 
management of the affairs of this city. They have shown con- 
fidence in us by electing us as their servants, and we must do 
everything in our power to deserve that confidence. Having in 
mind the responsibility conferred upon us, let us enter into the 
coming year's work with a full sense of that responsibility and 
endeavor to meet the approval of the citizens of this municipality. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ELI J. KING, Mayor. 
March 29, 1920. 



Orders 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to Alfred Sloane, Fire Chief. 

Ordered, by vote of the City Council taken April 13th, 1920, 
that the regular men of the Fire Department should receive an 
increase of $4.00 per week. Also that the upper part of the Fire 
Station should be painted and the Chief's room refurnished. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
A. J. QUINTAL, 

Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to O. W. Fernald, Superintendent of Public Works. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken April 27th, 1920, 
that Hillsboro Street should be widened and regraded from Mason 
Street to Stafford Street. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
M. J. MYLEE, 

Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to O. W. Fernald, Superintendent of Public Works. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken April 27th, 1920, 
that a sidewalk should be built on the southerly side of Mason 
Street from Burgess Street to Hillsboro Street. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
M. J. MYLEE, 

Chairman. 



OBDEES 17 

In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to Alfred Sloane, Fire Chief. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken April 27th, 1920, 
that the call men of the Fire Department should receive $100.00 
per year. 

HENRY M. MOFFETl. 

City Clerk. 
A. J. QUINTAL, 

Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine .Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to Twin State Gas & Electric Co. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken May 4th, 1920, 
that lights be placed on First Avenue as follows: 
One on first pole. 

One in front of residence of Thomas Eoderick. 
One in front of residence of Simeon Beausolid. 
All of 80 C. P. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
HENEY BLACKBUEN, 
Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to Twin State Gas & Electric Co. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken May 4th, 1920, 
that an 80 C. P. light be placed on Spruce Street. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
HENRY BLACKBURN, 
Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to Twin State Gas & Electric Co. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken May 4th, 1920, 
that an 80 C. P. light be placed on the corner of Hemlock and 
Portland Streets. 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
HENRY BLACKBURN, 
Chairman. 



18 CITY OF BEELIN 

In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty^ 

An order to Twin State Gas & Electric Co. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken May 4tli, 1920, 
that the post on Forbush Avenue should be moved to the corner 
and an 80 C. P. light placed on same. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
HENEY BLACKBUEN, 
Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 

Aji order to Twin State Gas & Electric Co. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken May 4th, 1920, 
that an 80 C. P. light be placed on the corner of Wescott and 
Marble Streets. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
HENEY BLACKBUEN, 
Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty.. 

An order to Twin State Gas & Electric Co. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken May 4th, 1920, 
that an 80 C. P. light be placed on the corner of Burgess and 
Mason Streets. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
HENEY BLACKBUEN, 
Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to Twin State Gas & Electric Co. 

Ordered by a vote of the City Council taken May 4th, 1920, 
that an 80 C. P. light be placed on the corner of Second Avenue 
and Mannering Street. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
HENEY BLACKBUEN, 
Chairman. 



OEDERS 19- 

In the Year of Our Lord One Tliousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to Twin State Gas & Electric Co. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken May 4th, 1920, 
that an 80 C. P. light be placed on Pine Street in front of Mr. 
Studd's residence. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
HENEY BLACKBUEN, 
Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to Alfred Sloane, Fire Chief. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken May 11th, 1920, 
that the call men of the Fire Department should receive a salary 
cf $120 per year instead of $100. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
A. J. QUINTAL, 

Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
An order to A. J. Quintal, Chairman, Committee on Fire Depart- 
ment. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken June 15th, 1920, 
that the Cascade Hose House be repaired; Gorham to stand one- 
half of the expense, 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk.. 
A. J. QUINTAL, 

Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty.. 
An order to O. W. Fernald, Superintendent of Public Works. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken May 25th, 1920,. 
that Merrimac Street l)e accepted and built a distance of 100 feet, 
west of Goebel Street. 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
M. J. MYLEE, 

Chairman. 



20 ' CITY OF BERLIN 

In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 

An order to Berlin Water Co. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken August 10th, 
1920, that the lower hydrant on Western Avenue and the one in 
front of Mr. Buber 's block on Union Street be raised. 

HENRY M. MjOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
A. J. QUINTAL, 

Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 

An order to Berlin Water Co. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken August 17th, 
1920, that a hydrant be placed on the corner of Second Avenue 
cTud Clark Street. 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
A. J. QUINTAL, 

Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 

An order to O. W. Femald, Superintendent of Public Works. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken July 20th, 1920, 
that a sewer should be laid on Hutchins Street and Bridge Street. 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
M. J. MYLER, 

Chairman. 



An order to O. W. Fernald, Superintendent of Public Works. 

Ordered, by a vote of the City Council taken September 2Sth, 
1920, that Labossiere Street be accepted, between Fifth Avenue 
and Seventh Avenue, a distance of about 450 feet. 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
M. J. MYLER, 

Chairman. 



ORDEES 21 

In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 

An order to O. W. Fernald, Superintendent of Public Works. 

Ordered, on the petition of Andrew Caie and others for a 
sewer on Shephard Street and Third Avenue, that Mr. Caie should 
do the excavating and covering the sewer, the city paying him 
$100, and that the city furnish the pipe and lay same. 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
M. J. MYLER, 

Chairman. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 

An order to Berlin Water Company. 

Ordered, that the hydrant on Second Avenue, near Sessions 
Street, be raised immediately. 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 
A. J. QUINTAL, 

Chairman. 



Resolutions 



In till" Tear of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
A RESOLUTION to raise money in antieii^ation of taxes. 
Resolved by the City Council of the City of Berlin as follows: 

Tliat a sum not exceeding tliirty-five tliousand dollars be 
raised by a loan or loans, for the pur2:)ose of paying the current 
expenses of the various departments of tlie city in anticipation 
Tif taxes for the municii:)al year A. D. 1920, to be paid from the 
taxes of said year; and that the City Treasurer be and he is 
hereby authorized to give the note or notes of said city not exceed- 
ing in the aggregate said amount. 
T'assed April l.">, 1920. 

Ajiproved, 

E. J. KING, 

Mayor. 
Attest: 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

Citv Clerk. 



T.n the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
A REkSOLUTTON to raise money in anticipation of taxes. 
Resolved by the City Council of the City of Berlin as follows: 

That a sum not exceeding thirty-five thousand dcdhirs be 
raised by a loan or loans, for the purpose of paying the current 
expenses of the various departments of the city in anticipation 
of taxes for the municipal year A. D. 1920, to be paid from the 
taxes of said year; and that the City Treasurer be and he is here- 
by authorized to give the note or notes of said city not exceeding 



RESOLUTIONS 23 



in the aggregate said amount. 
Passed May 4, 1920. 



Attest: 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 



Approved, 

E. J. KING, 

Mavor. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 

A RESOLUTION to grant a pension to George B. Day. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Berlin as follows: 

"WHEREAS, George B. Day has faithfully served the City of 
Berlin as a police officer for a j^eriod exceeding twenty-five (25) 
years, and 

WHEREAS, Said George B. Day through permanent disability 
is no longer able to perform active service as such police officer; 
now, therefore, be it 

RESOLVED, That the City of Berlin pay to the said George 
B. Day a pension of five hundred dollars ($500,000) for the year 
beginning June 1st, 1920, and ending June 1st, 1921, payable in 
equal weekly installments. 



Passed May 25, 1920. 



Attest: 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 



Approved, 

E. J. KING, 

Mayor. 



In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
A RESOLUTION approj^riating money to defray the expenses of 

t'.ie different departments of the City Government for tlie 

fiscal year ending January .Tlst, 1921. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Berlin as follows: 

That tlie sum of four liundred seventy-nine thousand six liuii- 
dred and eleven dollars and thirty cents ($479,611.30) be raised 
by tax on polls and estates liable to be taxed in said city to defray 



24 CITY OF BERLIN 

the expenses of the different departments of the City GovernnieiTt 
for the fiscal year ending January 31st, 1921. 

Bonds $ 32,000.00 

Cemetery 600.00 

City Hall 5,200.0a 

City Poor 2,000.00 

County Tax 24,870.32 

Election Expense 2,000.00 

Forest Fires 200.00 

Fire Department 28,000.00- 

Free Beds in St. Louis Hospital 900.00 

G. A. E 100.00 

Hydrants 4,000.00 

Interest 13,500.00' 

Lighting Streets 9,500.00- 

Miseellaneous 6,000.00 

Printing and Stationary 2, .500. 00 

Police Department 25,000.00' 

Public Library 4,500.00 

Public Works Department . 135,000.0 

Salaries 10,000.00 

Sanitary 4,500.00 

Schools 110,000.00 

State Guard 200.00 

St. Louis Hospital 300.00 

State Tax 35,460.00 

Land for sidewalk purposes 1,151.50 

State bonus 4,728.00 

Overdraft 1919 16,401.48 

West Milan road 1,000.00 

Total $479,611.30 

Passed June 8, 1920. 

Approved, 

E. J. KING, 

Mayor. 
Attest: 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 



EESOLUTIONS 25^ 

In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty. 
A EE'SOLUTION to raise money in anticipation of taxes. 
Resolved by the City Council of the City of Berlin as follows: 

That a sum not exceeding thirty thousand dollars be raised 
by a loan or loans for the purpose of paying the current expenses 
of the various departments of the city in anticipation of taxes 
for the municipal year A. D. 1920, to be paid from the taxes of 
daid year; and that the City Treasurer be and he is hereby author- 
ized to give the note or notes of said city not exceeding the aggre- 
gate said amount. 



Passed June 29, 1920. 



Attest: 

HENEY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 



Approved, 

E. J. KING, 

Mayor. 



Department Reports 



Report of City Engineer 



January IStli, 1921. 
To His Honor, the Mayor, and City Council of the City of Berlin:: 
Gentlemen: 

I hereby submit my report as City Engineer for the year- 
ending January 31, 1921, which is as follows: I wish to men- 
tion just a few of the jobs handled by this department during 
the past year. Lines and grades were given for the Bituminous 
Macadam paving on the following streets: Main Street at Berlin 
Mills, Glen Avenue, Exchange Street and Green Square, Mason 
Street East Side, Second Avenue and the Grand Trunk Plaza. 
The paving was done by contract and is of a hard surface ma- 
terial that will last many years. Lines and grades were given for 
the following water bound macadam streets: Willard Street, 
Madison Avenue and Emery Street. Assistance was given the 
State Division Engineer on the State Road under construction 
between the Cascades and Berlin, also a survey was made to ex- 
tend this road to connect with the paving at the Glen Crossing. 

The Public Works Department built about 2,000 feet of con- 
crete curb, and about the same amount of concrete 'sidewalk was 
built by contract; all lines and grades and superintendence was 
handled by this department. The larger sewer jobs were Bridge 
and Hutchins Streets on which 1,500 feet of tile pipe was laid 
ranging from 6-inch to 15-inch. On the Brown School lot 270 
feet of 24-inch tile pipe was laid to handle the overflow of the 
brook which flows on this property. In all about 4,200 feet of 
tile pipe was laid on numerous small jobs throughout the city. 

Plans and specifications for a fireproof stable for the Public 
Works Department were made in this office. The stable is under 
construction at the present time and will be completed in the 
near future. Plans for a garage and wagon shed for the Public 
Works Department and a fire station at Berlin Mills are being 
, made at the present time. 



RBPOET OF CITY ENGINEER . 29 

A plan for the projjosed extension of Pleasant Street to Ex- 
•change Street lias been made, also an estimate of the cost of same. 

A survey was made for the Park Department on the East 
:Side near the Boston & Maine station. Lines and grades were 
■also given on the park construction at the Grand Trunk station. 

Some time has been spent with the line foremen of the Coos 
Telephone Company and the Twin State Gas and Electric Com- 
pany in view of improving the appearance of our streets by re- 
-moving or replacing the old poles. 

I have been able to acquire a few valuable plans during the 
past year. Some of these were copied from the original drawings 
in Lancaster and others from old plans found here in the city. 
'These plans are on file at the Engineer's office, City Hall. 

In closing I wish to call your attention to the condition of 
the paint on all the steel bridges in the city. In most cases the 
paint is in very bad condition and I would like to suggest that 
-an appropriation be made to cover the expense of painting all 
"the steel bridges in the city. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRANCIS L. BRANNEN, 

City Engineer. 



Report of Police Commission 



To His Exeelleney, the Governor of the State of New Hampshire, 
and to His Honor, the Mlayor, and to the Honorable Council 
of the City of Berlin: 

In accordance with Chapter 160 of the Session Laws of 1905, 
we herewith submit the annual rejaort of the Police Department 
for the year ending December 31, 1920. 

Police Commission 

Chairman— T. H. SAMjSON. 
Term expires Sept. 1st, 1921. 

Clerk— E. N. WHITCOMB. 

Term expires Sept. 1st, 1922. 
RICHAED EOYSTON. 
Term expires Sept. 1st, 1923. 

One Commissioner appointed annually liy the Governor to 
serve three years. 

City Marshal-^MALCOLM SHOREY. 
Appointed by Police Commission. Salary $2,000.00 per year. 

Assistant Marshal— NELSON COTE. 
Ajapointed by Police Commission. Salary $1,820.00 per year. 



Police Officers 

Burton Sunbury Patrolman No. 1 

Felix Shorey Patrolman No. 2 

Philip Bougie Patrolman No. 3 

William Lyman Patrolman No. 4 

Joseph Rousse Patrolman No. 5 

Arthur Edison Patrolman No. 6 

Adelard Gagne . Patrolman No. 7 



EEPOET OF POLICE COMMISSION 31 

Etienno Vallie Patrolinan No. 8 

Alfred Eriekson Patrolman No. 9 

Herbert Cole Patrolman No. 10 

Salary $32.00 per week. 

Appointed by Police Commission. 

Constables 

JOHN B. NOYES. 

HAEEY D. SHEA. 

Appointed by Police Commission. 

Dog Constable 

THEOPHILE CANTIN. 

Salary $75.00 per year. 

Appointed by Police Commission. 

Municipal Court of Berlin, N. H. 

Justice— GEOEGE F. EICH. 
Appointed by the Governor and his Council. Salary $800.00' 
per annum. Office, Werthiem Block, Main Street. 

Associate Justice— MATTHEW J. EYAN. 

Office, Sheridan Building, Main Street. 

Clerk of Court— HENEY M. MOFFETT. 

Office, City Hall, Main Street. 

Probation Officer— lEA T'HAYEE. 

Office, Sheridan Building, Main Street. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Yearly Report of City Marshal 

To the Honorable Board of Police Commissioners. 
Gentlemen : 

I have the honor to submit for your consideration the yearly 
report of the Police Department, commencing January 1st and 
ending December 31st, 1920. 



■S2 CITY OF BEELIN 

Whole number of arrests 376 

Males 373 

Females 3 

Causes 

Assault 30 

Assault with intent to kill 2 

Annoying words 1 

Accessory to arson 1 

Bastardry 1 

Breaking and entering 1 

Derisive language 1 

Drunk 214 

Disorderly person , 3 

Forgery 1 

Gambling 6 

Giving false measure 1 

Insulting ofl&cer 1 

Interfering with officer 1 

Larceny 21 

Malicious injury to property 1 

Non-support 4 

Noise and brawl 8 

Obscene language 1 

Offensive language 1 

Surety of peace 4 

Telling fortunes 1 

Violating liquor law 45 

Violating school law 2 

Violating auto law 16 

Violating labor contract 7 

Incidental Services 

Sent to Jail ' 

Sent to House of Correction 4 

Sent to Industrial School 4 

Delivered to out of town officers 8 

Taken to St. Louis Hospital 10 

Whole number of persons furnished lodging 143 

Complaints investigated without arrest 218 

Amount of property reported lost or stolen $4,420.08 

Amount of property recovered by police $3,950.87 



EEPOET OF POLICE COMJMISSION 33 

Lost children returned to parents 15 

Doors found not secured 25 

Respectfully submitted, 
MjALCOLM SHOREY, 

City Marshal, 

Berlin, N. H. 

Municipal Court 

Amount received Jan. 1, 1920, to Jan. 31, 1921 $5,729.86 

Amount paid, fines to State and County, local warrants, 

fees, etc 2,734.23 

Amount paid City Treasurer 2,995.63 

Respectfully submitted, 

THOS. H. SAMSON, 
E. N. WHITCOMB, 
RICHARD ROYSTON, 



Report of Building Inspector 



Berlin, N. H., January 31st, 1921. 
To His Honor, the Mayor, and City Council of the City of Berlin, 
Gentlemen: 

I hereby submit my report as Building Inspector for the year 
ending at this date. 

I have investigated and reported on the applications for per- 
mits which have been granted by the City Council as follows: 

Additions and Repairs 

INSIDE THE FIEE DISTEICT 

Berlin Savings Bank & Trust Co Main Street 

Paul Eamsey Mason Street 

E. O. Gilbert Main Street 

Maude Clark Barney Green Street 

Berlin Hockey Club Association Pleasant Street 

Alfred Eouthier Cole Street 

W. H. Mac Arthur Main Street 

Curtis Hardware Store Main Street 

M. E. Young Main Street 

O. W. Eernald Main Street 

Mrs. P. G. Clark Green Street 

Steve Metrick Green Street 

Frank Talbot Mason Street 

P. J. Pickford Mechanic Street 

William Arseneau York Street 

M. Addelson Green Street 

P. J. Pickford Mechanic Street 

Jed. Smith : Willard Street 

John E. Smith Green Street 

Ina Wilson Pleasant Street 

H. Lewis Green Street 

E. J. King Main Street 

G. H. Tilson & Son Cole Street 



EEPORT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR 35 

Fred F. Bisbee Gleu Avenue 

Louis Lemieux Glen Avenue 

J. H. Montminy Green Street 

S. Malonev School Street 

Napoleon King Mechanic Street 

Gustavo Fournier Oak Street 

Edward Toussaint Main Street 

Gaudias Eoy Granite Street 

Harvey Gendron York Street 

Israel Moschovitz Mechanic Street 

J. A. Wagner Pleasant Street 

Philippe Laroche Glen Avenue 

Stanislas Montminy York Street 

Mrs. E. Evans Oak Street 

Arthur Lambert York Street 

J. F. Bell Mechanic Street 

Mrs. Joseph Vachon Mason Street 

A. J. Beaudoin Mason Street 

J. F. Bell & Sons Mechanic Street 

N. Fleury Cole Street 

Narcisse Morin Pleasant Street 

J. F. Bell Green Street 

Ferdinand Bouchard Oak Street 

Toohey Auto Co Corner Pleasant and Mechanic Streets 

Ernest H. Gagnon Main Street 

J. F. Bell Mechanic Street 

Nelson Morin^ Jr Main Street 

Eugene Robichaud York Street 

Arsene Lebell Granite Street 

H. M. Andrews Green Street 

Ferdinand Bouchard Oak Street 

John Goebel & Sons Mechanic Street 

Alfred Routhier Cole Street 

John Sheridan Main Street 

Permits Granted by Building Inspector Outside of the. 
Fire District 

WOODEN BUILDINGS 

Adjutor Dion 3 stories, Hillsboro Street 

Edward Gagne 3 stories, Grafton Street 

Alberic Gagnon 2 stories, Grafton Street 



1?6 €ITY OF BEELIN 

Louis Margony 2 stories, Gordon Avenue 

Paul E. Collins 2 stories. Park Street 

Albert Deniers 2 stories, Burgess Street 

J. B. Fortier 2 stories, Blanehard street 

-Alfred Eoberge 2 stories, Hillside Avenue 

■Charles Delacey 2 stories, corner Laurel and Second Avenue 

Paul Jacques 2 stories. Willow Street 

Henry A. Dion 2 stories. Poplar Street 

Pred Murray 2 stories, corner Sixth and Main Streets 

Wjlbrod H. Carier 2 stories, High Street 

William Hermanson 2 stories, Main Street 

Adelard Guilmet 2 stories. Elm Street 

•Joseph Lemoine 2 stories, Champlain Street 

John Albert 2 stories, Burgess Street 

Malcolm H. Gagne 2 stories, Mt. Forist Street 

Joseph Labreeque 2 stories, Hillsboro Street 

George Blais 2 stories, Western Avenue 

Leon Seveigny 2 Stories, First Street 

Andrew J. Caie 1% stories. Third Avenue 

James Johnson, Jr 1% stories, Norway Street 

Joseph Caouette 1% stories, Western Avenue 

Charles H. Blanehard 1% stories, Pershing Street 

Eaymond Boivin li^ stories, Jasper Street 

Louis Gagne ' 1% stories, Mt. Forist Street 

Joseph Giguere li^ stories, Hillside Avenue 

Narcisse Ayotte li/^ stories. Glen Avenue 

A. Spencer li^ stories. Glen Avenue 

William A. Morrison I14 stories, Wight Street 

Thure Dahlquist. . . .1^2 stories, corner Ninth and Denmark Streets 

E. Alfred Eriekson ll^ stories, Norway Street 

Joseph Provost 1% stories. First Avenue 

Louis Fortier li^ stories. Western Avenue 

Pat Peters li^ stories, Sixth Avenue 

Wilfrid Bourbeau I14 stories. Liberty Park 

Thomas Carier I14 stories. Bridge Street 

M. Mortenson. li^ stories, Hutehins Street 

Pauline Oleson 1% stories, Sweden Street 

Albert Demers 1 story, Mason Street 

George Langlois 1 story. First Street 

John Bennett 1 story, Fourth Avenue 

Joseph A. Houle 1 story, Hillside Avenue 

Patrick Hinehey 1 story, Third Avenue 



REPORT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR .'57 

Fred Drouin 1 story, Hillside Avenue 

Dr. A. Berube 1 story-j corner State and Hemlock Streets 

Louis Frechette 1 story, Third Avenue 

Louis Couture 1 story, Poplar Street 

Albion Burt 1 story, Fourth Avenue- 
John O. Dahl'sing 1 story, Norway Street 

Telesphore Trahan 1 story, Coos Street 

Joseph Devost 1 story, Willard Street 

George E. Whitcher 1 story, Maple Street 

Chester Baldwin 1 story. Fourth Avenue 

Eugene Richer 1 story, Liberty Park 

Arthur Ouellette 1 story, Cambridge Street 

L. L. Hartshorn 1 story, Sixth Street 

Celestin Fournier 1 story, Maple Street 

Louis Camirand 1 story, Liberty Park 

Alfred Dupont 1 story. First Avenue 

Winfred James 1 story, Hillside Avenue- 

Wiilliam Jordan 1 story, Grafton Street 

Fred S. Carley 1 story, Fourth Avenue- 
Arthur Brosius 1 story, Mannering Street 

Everett A. Byrd 1 story. Glen Avenue- 
Robert Southgate 1 story, Labossiere Street 

Eugene Leclerc 1 story, Portland Street 

Laura M. Fournier 1 story, Second Avenue 

Nelson Nault 1 story, Hillside Avenue 

George Lizzie 1 story, Western Avenue- 
Alfred Larson 1 story, Finland Street 

John Gosselin 1 story, Forbush Avenue- 
Henry Roberge 1 story, Forbush Avenue 

Medard Landry 1 story, Carrol Street 

John Belanger 1 story, Darrah Street 

Joseph L. Belanger 1 story, Third Avenue 

Dominico Boldarassal 1 story. Burgess Street 

Carl N. Johnson 1 story, Sweden Street 

Ralph Anctil 1 story, Seventh Street 

Stanley Shupe 1 story, School Street 

Joseph Provost 1 story. First Avenue- 

John B. Lemay 1 story. Glen Avenue 

Arthur Belanger 1 story, Third Avenue 

Edmond Labonte 1 story, Hemlock Street 

Oscar Schroeder 1 story, Denmark Street 

Peter A. Derry 1 story. Laurel Street 



S8 CITY OF BERLIN 

Philij.pe Laeasse 1 story, Forbush Avenue 

Henry Massey 1 story, corner Mason and Carrol Streets 

Hilaire Aube 1 story, Hemlock Street 

Carl S. Schroeder 1 story, Bridge Street 

Prudent Montminy 1 story. Jewel Street 

George S. Haddad 1 story, Blanehard Street 

Joseijh Leveille 1 story, Liberty Park 

Homer Williams 1 story, Hutehins Street 

W. J. Rines 1 story, Goebel Street 

Joseph Drouin 1 story, Western Avenue 

George St. Hilaire 1 story, Champlain Street 

W. A. Richards 1 story, corner Eighth and Sweden Streets 

William Garrahan 1 story. Second Avenue 

Joseph Rucl 1 story, Grafton Street 

Urban Caron 1 story, Second Street 

Simeon Theberge 1 story, Beaudoin Street 

Alfred Ruel 1 story, Hillside Avenue 

Olaf M. Nelson 1 story, Sweden Street 

David Dorval 1 story, Rockingham Street 

Arthur Rheault 1 story. Fourth Avenue 

George Pi-edette 1 story, Third Avenue 

Louis Arseneau 1 story, Lancaster Street 

The total cost of wooden buildings erected on permits issued 
aforesaid was $81,900.00. 

Additions and Repairs 

In addition to the above permits for additions a)id repairs 
'were granted as follows: 

Henry Ramsey Hillside Avenue 

R. J. Babin Main Street 

E. N. Whitcomb Hemlock Street 

Joseph A. Comtois Pleasant Street 

J. D. Fortier Main Street 

Joseph Boucher Portland Street 

Napoleon Drapeau off Pine Street 

David Gregoire Main Street 

Edouard Delisle School Street 

Fidele Leblanc Burgess Street 

Amedee Langlois off Pine Street 

H. E. Stahl Hemlock Street 

Andy Delisle Darrah Street 



REPORT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR 39 

Samuel Evans High Street 

P. A. B'arden Western Avenue 

Isaac Bogle Second Avenue 

Louis Martineau Spruce Street 

George Reed Grafton Street 

Joseph H. Roy Madigau Street 

Amedee Langlois off Pine Street 

Cyril Therrien Westcott Street 

Frank J. Valliere Darrah Street 

L. B. Paine Church Street 

Peter Paquette Success Street 

H. W. Philbrick Denmark Street 

Trefle Gagnon Kent Street 

John Coville Sixth Avenue 

Aurele Napert Hillsboro Street 

Charles Pinette School Street 

John Brideau First Avenue 

Alfred Nolette Rockingham Street 

Rene Richards Second Avenue 

A. L. Glidden Western Avenue 

E. H. Lyf ord State Street 

Mechaell Nayder Second Avenue 

Tillie Dutill Hutchins Street 

Philias Guay Ottawa Street 

Archie Landry School Street 

J. N. Larocque School Street 

Oscar D. Dion Sweden Street 

Louis Corey Mason Street 

Felix Shorey Third Avenue 

H. N. Hodgdon Hillside Avenue 

Narcisse Lapointe Hemlock Street 

Harry Preil Gilbert Street 

Oscar P. Paulson Norway Street 

J. P. Richards Cambridge Street 

H. Whalen First Avenue 

Alphonse Roderick Green Street 

Joseph A. Gosselin Glen Avenue 

Antoine Gagne Mt. Forist Street 

Azilda Pageau Glen Avenue 

Cormine Decianti Champlain Street 

Paul Levesque Kent Street 



iO CITY OF BEELIN 

Julius Stahl Emery Street 

H. M. Moffett First Avenue 

Leon Seveigny First Street 

Howard V. Page Chamjjlain Street 

S. H. Smith Sweden Street 

H. Babin corner Hillsboro and Grafton Streets 

L. C. Hardie Mt. Forist Street 

0. A. Cowan First Avenue 

Magloire Nadeau State Street 

W, M. Gushing Wight Street 

Peter Desjardin Willow Street 

Paul King Grafton Street 

Maria F. Wheeler First Street 

Conrad Cote Western Avenue 

Henry Pinette Glen Avenue 

John Aylward Champlain Street 

T. F. Houlihan Sweden Street 

Alex Godin Mason Street 

Martin Driscoll First Avenue 

Luke Morin First Avenue 

Edward Shupe School Street 

Joseph H. Eoy Blanehard Street 

Liland Hartshorn Sixth Street 

0. B. Brown corner Church and Hillside Avenue 

Peter Hembrick First Avenue 

John Jasky Third Avenue 

Frank Donahue Main Street 

Frank Parent Main Street 

George S. Haddad Blanehard Street 

Joseph Parent School Street 

George Marquis Wight Street 

Eugene Boutin Second Avenue 

Morris Isaacson First Avenue 

Wilfrid Hamel Westcott Street 

The total amount expended for additions and repairs was 
$21,700.00. 

Brick Buildings 

OUTSIDE THE FIEE DISTEICT 
Permits were granted as follows: 

Berlin Foundry & Machine Co. to build a one-story brick build- 
ing 60x105 feet on Goebel Street. 



REPOET OF BUILDING INSPEOTOE 41 

J. E. Byron to build a one-story brick building 22x47 feet on 
Willard Street for F. B. Oleson. 

J. E. Byron to build a 1% -story brick building 32x52 feet on 
Wight Street for the City of Berlin. 

C. N. Hodgdon to build three silo coal pockets 18 feet 
6 inches diameter 40 feet high. These pockets are built of rein- 
forced concrete and are built on the west side of the Grand Trunk 
Railway off Gilbert Street. 

The total cost of brick and concrete buildings built outside 
of the Fire District was $49,500.00. 

Grand total of all the new buildings and additions and re- 
pairs in the City of Berlin was $153,100.00. 

This does not include the new work done by the corporations,, 
that is, the Brown Company and the International Paper Com- 
pany. 

I wish to thank the Mayor and Council and the members of 
the City Government for the aid and courtesies extended to me 
during the year of my official duties. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ALFRED LAUZIERE, 

Building Inspector. 



Department of City Poor 



To His Honor the Mayor and City Council. 

Gentlemen: 

I herewith submit my. report as Overseer of City Poor for 
the year ending and call to your attention the fact that there is 
unexpended a balance of $1,065.40. 

Conditions about the city remain about the same as a year 
ago, and while the year closing sees the end of one or two quite 
expensive cases for the city, there are always enough new ones 
in sight to replace them; so that I do not see how this depart- 
ment can be cut in the appropriation for 1921, and would there- 
fore recommend the same amount, $2,000.00. This is a very 
modest expenditure for city poor for a city the size of ours. There 
has never been a case brought to my notice that has not been in- 
vestigated by me personally, and so far as I can see, the poor 
of the city are in far better condition than formerly. Wages 
are good, and there seems to be employment for all. Mayor King 
has shown a keen interest in every case brought to his attention, 
and I have had occasion to consult him often. 

I desire to thank all city officials who have assisted nie in 
the discharge of the duties of this office. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

A. B. FORBUSH, 

Overseer Poor. 
January 25th, 1921. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



OF THE 



City of Berlin, N. H. 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

JANUARY 31, 1921 




OZMAN W. FERNALD, Superintendent 



Public Works Department 



January 31, 1921. 
To His Honor, the Mayor, and City Council of tlie City of Berlin. 
Gentlemen: 

The following is the report of the Public Works Department 
for the year ending January 31, 1921. 

In submitting to you this report I shall not give you the 
different jobs and cost of same in detail as we have done in the 
past, but will state very briefly some of the larger expenditures 
in this department. 

The expense of running this department during the past year 
has been much greater than in larevious years. Early in the sea- 
son our laborers were given a twenty per cent raise in pay. The 
cost of construction materials has increased from twenty to fifty 
I'Cr cent. Good labor was very scarce and materials hard to ob- 
rain when needed. 

Eegardless of the difficulties eucountered by the high cost 
'of labor and shortage of same and hig^h prices of materials, more 
permanent work has been done by this department during the 
past year than any other year since Berlin became a city. It 
was necessary to do a large amount of this permanent work be- 
•cause of the many worn-out waterbound macadam streets in the 
•compact part of the city. Owing to the heavy cost of this per- 
manent work a great many of the smaller jobs in the outskirts 
of our city had to be neglected, but it is the Intention of this 
■department to give these jobs immediate attention in the spring. 

This department laid 13,389.9 square yards bituminous con- 
•crete on the following streets: 

Grand Trunk Plaza and Exchange Street. 

Madison Avenue. 

Second Avenue. 

Main Street (Berlin Mills). 



46 CITY OF BEELIN 

East Mason Street. 

Glen Avenue and Green Square. 

Main, Mechanic and Green Streets. 

The cement sidewalks laid during 1919 in the residential' 
part of our city have proven very satisfactory and we have eon- 
linued this work this year by laying 3,101.26 square yards. We 
recommend that more cement sidewalks and less tar walks be laid 
in the future. 

During the past year 2,000 feet of cement sidewalk curbing 
has been constructed. 

Two important jobs which have met with many diflS.culties 
since started in 1916 were completed this year, namely, the piece 
of State Road leading towards Gorham, N. H., and the moving 
over of the Berlin Street Railway tracks from Cross' machine 
shop to the Glen Crossing. 

Now that the Berlin Street Railway tracks have been set 
over the piece of road from the car barn to the Glen Crossing 
should be finished as soon as the weather permits in the spring. 
When completed this will make a much safer and better approach 
to our city over the State Highway from the south. 

The largest account in this department is our Street M'ain- 
tenance. It includes the repairs and maintenance of all our city 
streets, sweej^ing and cleaning of same, removing snow and sand- 
ing sidewalks, cleaning our catch basins and taking care of the 
surface water, painting and repairing fences, guard rails and 
bridges. Cost of same this year was $29,14.3.17, an increase over 
last year of nearly $10,000. 

The next largest account is our Road Maintenance. Cost of 
same $5,001.32. This includes all the repairs and maintenance of 
our roads outside the compact section of our city. 

Our Sewer Maintenance during the past year cost $4,798.95. 
This is more than double the amount expended for sewer main- 
tenance last year. Owing to the severe cold weather of last 
winter many of our sewers were frozen and broken up and had 
to be relaid. 

The collection of garbage and burning of same at our in- 
cinerator plant cost this department this year $8,920.88. This is 
practically double the cost of last year, mostly owing to the 
fact that our city is growing rapidly and we are collecting a much 
larger amount of garbage every year. 



REPOET OF PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 4r 

The collection of ashes cost the city this year $l,949.;i9. Al- 
though we find this quite an additional expense to this depart- 
ment, it has proven very satisfactory in keeping our city clean,^ 
and we think it has met with the approval of our taxpayers. 

Our patching account cost $1,958.93. This includes the patch- 
ing of Main Street and old waterbound macadam roads which 
needed attention. 

Following is a list of all new sewers constructed this year 
at a cost of $9,253.85, being an increase of $4,300 over last year: 
Name N. Feet Pipe 

Hinchey Sewer 270 ft. 15-in., one manhole. 

First Ave 276 ft. loin., 3 pes. 10 ft. 16-in. iron pipe. 

Park St 110 ft. 15-iu. 

Brown School Culvert. . 256 ft. 24-in. 

Willard St 8 ft. 6-in., 64 ft. 8-in., 100 ft. 10-in, 6 ft. 

18-in., four manholes. 
Berlin Mills (Narrows) . 5 pes, 10 ft. 16-in. irtiu pipe. 
Hutchins St. (South) ... 100 fet. 6-in. 

Bridge & Hutchins Sts.574 ft. 6-in., 573 ft. 8-in., 58 ft. 10-in, 94 
ft. 12-in., 309 ft. 15-in. 

Sweden St 104 ft. 6-in. 

Merrimac St 238 ft. 6-in. 

Grafton St. Extension. . 190 ft. 6-in. 

Italian and Coos Sts...l02 ft. 8-in., 86 ft. 6-in. 

Shepard St 134 ft. 6-in. 

Denmark St 12 ft. 12-in. galvanized pipe, 104 ft. 6-iii. 

Seventh St 25 ft. 6-in., one manhole. 

Labossier St 54 ft. 4-in. 

Sullivan St. Extension. . 56 ft. 6-in. 

The city's proportional part of our State Road Construction, 
State Road Maintenance and State Aid Maintenance was $7,304.31. 
An equal amount was exj^ended by the State. 

The West Milan road was started this year and about one 
mile was completed; this job was let out to a contractor by the 
State. It was a Federal Aid project and t/he expense was met 
by Federal Aid, State Aid and the City of Berlin. 

Public Works Inventory 

One steam road roller .$3,300.00 

One concrete mixer and boiler 900.00 

One road machine 200.00 



48 CITY OF BERLIN 

One road maeliine 155.00 

One stone crusher, engine and boiler 1,350.00 

One stone crusher with bins complete 2,500.00 

Nine sidewalk plows 578.00 

One gutter plow 75.00 

One electric drilling outfit complete 1,400.00 

Three street sprinklers 1,000.00 

One hand concrete mixer 50.00 

One machine street sweeper 290.00 

Seven sanitary street carts 100.00 

Four storehouse buildings 1,600.00 

One storehouse 1,200.00 

One garbage wagon 250.00 

Two garbage sleds 150.00 

One thawing machine 60.00 

Two road drags 50.00 

One blacksmith outfit 600.00 

One hand pump 45.00 

One blasting battery 30.00 

One steam drill 50.00 

One extra crusher screen 90.00 

Three bottom dump wagons 375.00 

One four-horse wagon 150.00 

One four-wheel dump cart 100.00 

Two contractor's carts and harnesses 300.00 

Three hundred feet fire hose 130.00 

One 20 H. P. motor 225.00 

One 30 H. P. motor 350.00 

One 20 H. P. starter 125.00 

Office equipment 700.00 

Five express sleds 250.00 

One double sled 50.00 

One set double sleds 100.00 

Two snow bodies 20.00 

Miscellaneous small tools and material 1,500.00 

"Sewer pipe 683.80 

One International motor truck 1,000.00 

One Mack motor truck 3,933.32 

One White truck 4,500.00 

One Ford truck 300.00 

One Austin pressure road oiling attachment 300.00 

; Seven horses 1,550.00 



EEPOET OF PUBLIC WOEKS DEPAETMENT 49 

Two pairs work harness 120.00 

Three express harnesses 130.00 

Blankets, halters and stable equipment 100.00 

Two jaekhammers and drills 270.00 

Cement on hand 338.75 

20 barrels Tarvia X 200.00 

680 yards peastone and dust 1,740.00 

200 yards rock ready for crusher 400.00 

Four cords blasting wood 48.00 

Two Tarvia tanks, foundation and piping for same 2,406.59 

One snow roller 225.00 

One steam scarifier 950.00 

Iron manholes and grates 159.00 

Auto crusher and steam oil 161.00 

Hay and grain 75.00 

One tar heating kettle 150.00 

Galvanized pipe (culvert) 146.42 

In making out our report we have tried to condense it as 
much as possible; anyone wishing details in regard to the cost 
of the different jobs will be gladly shown the books kept by this 
department. 

If the permanent work is to be continued from year to year 
in this department, and the many demands of our taxpayers in 
our outlying districts are to be complied with, this department 
must have a substantial increase in their appropriation in the 
future. 

In closing I wish to express my thanks to the Mayor, City 
Council, Public Works Committee and the City Engineer for the 
many courtesies shown me in the performance of my duties. 

Respectfully submitted, 

O. W. FERNALD, 
Commissioner Public Works. 



Report of the City Solicitor 



Berlin, N. H., Jnnuary 11, 1921. 
To His Honor, the Mayor, and City Council of the City of Berlin. 
Gentlemen : 

Following is my report as City Solicitor for the year ending- 
January 1, 1921, and during the pa-st fiscal year: 

The case of Joseph O. A. Devest vs. the City of Berlin has 
been finally determined in favor of the city by an o^jinion ren- 
dered by the Supreme Court of New Hampshire. I took no part 
whatever in this case as the case had been brought and briefs 
filed before I took office. Due credit Should be given to Edmund 
Sullivan and the late Herbert I. Goss, both of Berlin, who finally 
brought this ease to a successful determination. 

The case of Michaud vs. the City of Berlin was tried at the 
December term 1920, and resulted in a verdict for the city. The 
case of City Bowling Alleys against the City of Berlin, tried in 
our Superior Court last April and which resulted in a verdict for 
the city, was not transferred to the Supreme Court as anticipated 
and is now finally determined in favor of the city. 

The following caseis are now pending against the city in our 
Superior Court: City Bowling Alleys vs. the City of Berlin, An- 
thony Oeschger vs. the City of Berlin, Z. Zolopsky vs. the City 
of Berlin, Salvator Miorando vs. the City of Berlin. 

ResjicctfuUy submitted, 

O. J. COULOMBE, 

City Solicitor. 



Fire Department 



Berlin, N. H., Jan. 31, 1921. 
To His Honor, the Mayor, and the City Council of the City of 

Berlin. 
Gentlemen: 

I ha\e the Jionor of submitting the annual report of the Firo 
Department of the City of Berlin for the year ending January 
31st, 1921. The department responded to thirty-nine bell alarms, 
and ninety still alarms, in addition eight fires have occurred for 
which no alarms were given. Also one out of town call, Grove- 
ton, N. H., making a total of one hundred and twenty-seven. This 
report will be found to contain statements in detail embracing a 
record of all fires and alarms which have occurred when damage 
was claimed and the cause thereof as nearly as could be ascer- 
tained, with the names of the owners, occupants, and the \ alue, 
loss, and insurance recovered in each case. 

Alarms 

January 28. Box 42. (k45 a. m. House owned by W. Turley. 
Value $3,000. Insurance u]ion ^^<2,000. Damage $20. Insurance 
paid $20. Caused by over-heated stove. 

February 2. Still call, followed by Box 23. 8:30 a. ni. Resi- 
dence of James Feeney. Value of house $4,000. Insurance on 
$2,000. Damage $248. Insurance paid $248. Contents valued at 
$700. Insurance on $700. Damage $26.25. Insurance paid $26.25. 
Caused by thawing out pipes with blow torch. 

February 2. Still call. 1:25 p. m. Block owned by P. J. 
Pickford. Value of $7,000. Insurance on $5,000. Damage $350. 
Insurance paid $350. Value of contents $8,000. Insurance on 
$8,000. Damage $1,153.25. Insurance paid $1,153.25. Cause over- 
heated stove. 



52 CITY OF BERLIN - • 

February 5. Box 51. 2:;i0 p. m. House owned by Mrs. F. 
Lord. Value $2,000. Insurance on $1,500. Damage $-132.85. In- 
surance paid $432.85. Cause over-heated chimney. 

April 19. Still call. 11:55 a. m. House owned by M. Addle- 
son. Value $2,000. Insurance on $1,300. Damage $20. Insur- 
ance paid $20. Caused by sparks from engine. 

May 7. Still call. 8:20 a. m. House owned by F. Bisson. 
Value $2,000. Insurance on $1,500. Damage none. Value of con- 
tents $400. Insurance on $400. Damage $5.50. Insurance paid 
$5.50. Cause defective chimney. 

May 7. Still call. 12:30 a. m. House owned by J. McGinnis. 
Value $2,400. Insurance on $1,300. Damage $17.80. Insurance 
paid $17.80. Cause defective chimney. 

May 18. Still call, followed by Box 45. 5:10 p. m. House 
owned by H. E. Miles. Value $3,500. Insurance on $2,500. Dam- 
age $60. Insurance paid $60. Caused by spark from Grand Trunk 
engine. 

May 26. Box 112. 6:50 p. m. Warehouse owned by Brown 
Co. Value building and contents $20,000. Damage $10,000. In- 
surance paid $10,000. Caused by spark from railroad engine. 

May 20. No alarm given. Residence of Helen Wiseman. Value 
of contents $1,500. Insurance on $1,000. Damage $18. Insurance 
paid $18. Cause unknown. 

January 15. No alarm given. Residence of E. A. B'ean. Value 
$5,000. Insurance on $4,000. Damage $25. Insurance paid $25. 
Cause unknown. 

February 12. No alarm given. Block owned by H. Gosselin 
and E. O. Gilbert. Value $2,000. Insurance on $700. Damage 
$139.75. Insurance paid $139.75. Cause unknown. 

July 6. Box 31. 3:45 a. m. Block owned by F. Bisbee. Value 
$4,000. Insurance on $2,500. Damage $2,500. Insurance paid 
$2,500. Cause unknown. 

July 6. Box 31. 3:45 a. m. Block owned by Dr. Pulsifer. 
Value $20,000. Insurance on $15,000. Damage $105. Insurance 
paid $105. Caused from Bisbee block. 

July 6. Box 31. 3:45 a. m. Block owned by L. Lemieux. 
Value $4,000. Insurance on $2,500. Damage $404.50. Insurance 
paid $404.50. Caused from Bisbee block. 



FIEE DEPAETMENT 53 

July 10. Box 312. 3:25 a. m. Mill owned by International 
Paper Co. Value of $50,000. Damage $3,000. Insurance paid 
$3,000. Caused by over-heated oil box. 

Aug. 2. No alarm given. Block owned by G. A. St. Germain. 
Value $45,000. Insurance on $18,000. Damage $25. Insurance 
paid $25. Cause unknown. 

August 4. Box 221. 9:40 p. m. Blacksmith shop owned by 
Brown Co. Value of building $3,000. Damage $4,000. Insur- 
ance paid on building and contents $4,000. Caused by spark from 
forge. 

August 7. No alarm given. Eesidenee of G. Harkins. Value 
$4,000. Insurance $3,000. Damage $75. Insurance paid $75. 
Caused by lightning. 

August 30. Box 31. 4:00 p. m. Block owned by J. Stien- 
field. Value $15,000. Insurance on $4,750. Damage $114.75. In- 
surance paid $114.75. Occupied by D. Gallant. Insurance on eon- 
tents $500. Damage $75. Caused by oil stove explosion. 

September 1. Still call. 1:35 p. m. Eesidenee of E. A. Jor- 
dan. Value $2,000. Insurance on $1,200. Damage $24.25. Insur- 
ance paid $24.25. Cause dirty chimney. 

September 24. Still call, followed by Box 61. 2:30 p. m. 
House owned by E. Eicher. Damage $1,000. Contents $500. No 
insurance given. . Cause defective wiring. 

October 9. Still call. 6:40 p. m. Eesidenee of J. Berwick. 
Value $2,500. Insurance on $1,500. Damage $7.50. Insurance 
paid $7.50. Caused by short circuit in wiring. 

October 11. No alarm given. Eesidenee of E. McMacey. 
Value of $7,000. Insurance on $5,000. Damage $17.50. Insurance 
paid $17.50. Cause overheated electric flat iron. 

October 23. Still call. 8:30 a. m. Residence of E. Pierce. 
Value $5,000. Insurance on $3,500. Damage $17. Insurance paid 
$17. Caused by spark from chimney. 

October 30. Box 42. 11:55 a. m. Tenement owned by H. 
Davis. Value $4,000. Insurance on $3,000. Damage $64.41. In- 
surance paid $64.41. Caused by defective chimney. 

November 3. Still call. 10:00 p. m. Residence D. Aikens. 
Value $2,500. Insurance on $1,000. Damage $50. Insurance paid 
$50. Cause dirty chimnej'. 



54 CITY OF BERLIN 

November 8. Still call. ]1:55 p. in. Auto owned by J. Bar- 
ribeaii. Value itily^OO. Insurance on $1,000. Damage $650. In- 
surance paid $650. Cause unknown. 

November 10. No alarm given. Residence of J. E. Croteau. 
Value $6,000. Insurance on $4,500. Damage $50. Insurance paid 
$50. Caused by Itursting of hot water front in stove. 

November 19. Still call, followed by Box ?>1. Block owned 
by E. H. Lyford. Value $10,000. Insurance on $8,000. Damage 
$954. Insurance jtaid $954. Contents valued at $11,650. Insur- 
ance on $10,000. Damage $2,949.96. Cause unknowji. 

November 2(5. Still call, followed by Box 24. Residence 
owned by A. Anctil. Value $4,000. Insurnnce on $2,100. Dam- 
age $11.96. Contents valued at $1,000. Insurance on $800. Dam- 
age $75. Insurance jiaid $75. T. Roberge, household goods valued 
at $500. Insurance on $800. Damage $156.50. Insurance paid 
$156.50. X. Langois. Value of goods $1,200. Insurance on $800. 
Damage $829.63. Insurance paid $329.68. Total insurance paid 
for this fire $1,600.63. 

December 21. Box 15. 2:15 a. m. Building owned by Albert 
Bean. Value $200. Insurance on $200. Insurance paid. Occupied 
by AV. A. Pickford. Insurance on contents $2,000. Insurance 
paid. 

In closing I wish to express my thanks to the Mayor, City 
Council, Fire Committee and other City Government officials for 
the many courtesies extended me in the performance of my duties. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. H. SLOANE, 

Chief Engineer. 



Assessor's Report 



Berlin, N. H., January 31, 1921. 

To His Honor, the Mayor, and the City Council of the City of 

Berlin : 
Gentlemen: 

We herewith submit our report for the year ending January 
31, 1921, for the twenty-fourth annual rejsort of the City of Ber- 
lin. 

The inventory of the taxable property in the City of Berlin 
shows an increase of $719,265 over last year. 

We had the same difficulties last year that we have had in 
years past to get the citizens to return their inventories according 
to law, and we feel that the same is due wholly by the people 
not appreciating the assistance that it would be, not only to the 
Assessors but to themselves, to have the inventories returned 
promptly, property specifically mentioned and located, and by so 
doing there would be less double taxation and mixup in property 
the same as has been recently found in adjusting old taxes, which 
had been sold to the city. We feel it a duty not only to our- 
selves, but to the taxpayers of Berlin to insist upon having the 
inventories of taxable property returned according to law. 

The Tax Assessors are installing a card system for their 
office, which will be a great 'help to the Assessors and the citizens, 
as there will be a card for every piece of property in town, which 
will show the owner, the location and his address. There will be 
a street and alphabetical index, and once installed should be kept 
up to date. 

We desire to express our appreciation for the information and 
help given us in discharging our duties, and to those who so 
promptly returned the inventory blanks showing their taxable 
property we wish to thank, and to those that did not return their 
inventory blanks we would thank them to do so the coming year, 
and thereby aid us in getting the property properly listed. 



56 CITY OF BEELIN 

We found the following taxable property: 

Lands and buildings $ 6,167,189 

Horses 70,885 

Cows 24,290 

Other neat stock 375 

Sheep 230 

Hogs 520 

Vehicles 11,100 

Stock in national banks in the State 45,815 

Money on hand, at interest, or on deposit 57,460 

Stock in trade 2,683,225 

Mills and machinery 5,413,000 

Total $14,474,089 

Eespectfully submitted, 

W. A. HODGDON, 
J. H. WOODWARD, 
ALFRED LAUZIERE, 

Assessors. 



THIRTY-SIXTHTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

BOARD OF EDUCATION 

OF THE 

City of Berlin, N. H. 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

JANUARY 31, 1921 




OFFICE, CITY HALL 



Board of Education 

Elected bv the Citv Council. 



Joiin H. Houlihan, Chairman 184 Emery Street 

Term expires April 4, 1921. 

•'William G. Dupont 56 Church Street 

^John A. Fogarty 166 Prospect Street 

Term expires April 'A, 1922. 

Mrs. L. Winifred Fowler Burgess Place 

Term expires April 2, 1923. 

Superintendent of Schools and Secretary of the Board 

Xoniinated by the Local Board; elected by the State Board. 
Harry L. Moore 178 Washington Street 

Office 

City Hall Telephone 360 

Hours: 9:00-9:30 a. m. and 3:00-5:00 p. m.^ school days. 
Office open 8:30-12:00 a. m. and 1:30-5:00 p. m.; Saturdays 9:00- 
12:00 a. m. 

Clerk 

Grace C. Johnston Caseade^ N. H. 

Truant Officer and Child Labor Inspector 

Elected by the Board. 
Isaac Aubin 61 Mechanic Street 

School Physician 

Norman B. Dresser, M. I) 1011 Main Street 

School Nurse 

Frances E. Foxall, E. N Burgess Place 

*Resigned November 9, 1920. fElected November 23, 1920. 



School Calendar 

1920-1921 



Fall Term, 15 weeks. 

Tuesday, September 7, to Friday, December 1^ 

Second Term, 7 weeks. 

Monday, January 3, to Friday, February 18. 

Third Term, 7 weeks. 

Monday, February 28, to Friday, April 15. 

Fourth Term, 8 weeks. 

Tuesday, April 26, to Friday, June 17. 



Term Holidays 

Liberty Day, November 11. 

Thanksgiving Day and the day following. 

Memorial Day. 



Daily Sessions 

HIGH SCHOOL 
8:45-12:00 a. m. l:30-;i:30 p. m. 

Grades III-VII 
9:00-12:00 a. m. 1:30-3:80 p. m. 

Grades III 
9:00-11:30 a. m. 1:30-3:00 p. m. 



Hig-h School Semesters 

First Semester September 7 to January 2J 
Seconil Semester Januarv 31 to June 17. 



Report of Board of Education 



Berlin, N. H., January 31, 1921. 
To His Honor, the Mayor, and City Council of Berlin: 

We ^herewith submit to you the thirty-sixtli annual report of 
the Board of Education. 

The administration of school affairs the past year like that 
cf other affairs, public and private, has been seriously affected 
by high costs and popular unrest. Yet we have endeavored to 
meet all situations as they have arisen and to act as a Board 
for the best interests of the schools as a whole. We believe our 
schools are in good condition, meeting the requirements of the 
city in a remarkably efficient way considering the handicaps 
under which, in some cases, the work is carried on. 

At the beginning of the new year a school physician and 
scliool nurse were employed, the latter on full time. Later we 
were able to add athletics to the High School program. This will 
be followed soon by music. Three additional teachers also have 
been employed to reduce the size .of some of the larger classes 
and the salary schedule has been increased by $300. The grounds 
at the Bartlett School have been greatly improved through the 
efforts of the Park Commission. The Burgess School grounds still 
remain undeveloped. 

The school on Cate 's Hill was taken over by the Board in 
September and is now a public school. A vacant building was 
rented and the necessary repairs made by the city. The building 
is only for temporary use. Our lease expires in June and another 
building will be needed. We recommend the erection in the 
spring of a new one-room building according to the jilans already 
prepared. 

Our greatest problem now is that of furnishing more room 
for the High School. This requirement has been called to your 
attention in previous reports. A new building is absolutely neres- 
sary. We believe the market, labor and the sound financial con- 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 61 

dition of the city make now the time to undertake this new con- 
sti'uction. Without incuring obligation we have asked four prom- 
inent school house architects to submit sketches and estimates, 
which we hope soon to be able to present to you. The best lot 
for such a building we believe is that on High Street between 
Pine and State Streets in the rear of the Marston School. We 
hereby recommend that the Council take immediate action to- 
wards tlie purchase of this property. 

The Board gratefully appreciates the generous response the 
Mayor and Council have always given in their appropriations and 
we need their continued support the coming year. We have en- 
deavored to conduct the affairs of our department that we might 
merit their fullest confidence. A detailed budget for the ensuing 
year will soon be ready to present to the Finance Committee. We 
refer you further to the report of the Superintendent. 

Following is our fiscal report for the year ending January 31, 
1921: 

Revenue 

1919-1920 1920-1921 

City appropriation $70,000.00 $110,000.00 

Received from State Treasury 

Savings Bank Tax 5,380.79 6,906.59 

Railroad Tax 2,230.40 2,368.86 

Insurance Tax 3.75 3.75 

Building and Loan Tax 24.79 10.87 

Dog Tax . . : 369.00 705.65 

High School Tuition 490.00 995.00 

Grade Tuition 10.00 

Smith-Hughes Fund 1,005.00 355.00 

Miscellaneous 7.70 27.32 



$79,511.43 $121,383.04 



C-2 CITT OF BERLIN 

Expenditures 
Control 

1919-1920 1920-1921 

Salaries, School Board $ 200.00 $ 200.00 

Siiiu'riutendent (excess) 2,916.69 1,000.00 

Truant Officer 1,144.00 1,348.00 

Enumeration 143.35 186.70 

Other Expenses of Administration 

Clerk 723.00 788.00 

Office 91.25 136.22 

Securing Teachers 77.92 222.37 

Conventions 26.65 437.48 

$ 5,322.86 $ 4,318.77 

Instruction 

Salaries, High School Teachers .$21,201.28 .$ 36,344.47 

Grade Teachers 23,635.20 38,138.69 

Books 1,349.74 2,035.65 

Supplies 2,955.09 4,637.73 

Flags and appurtenances 21.83 14.47 

Other Expenses of Instruction 

Graduation 103.15 217.88 

High School Office 470.37 108.25 

$49,736.66 .$ 81,497.14 

Operation and Maintenance 

Salaries, Janitors $ 5,650.00 $ 7,120.80 

Fuel 4,986.65 6,392.77 

Water 756.65 672.14 

Light and Power 620.90 681.62 

Janitors ' supplies 479.08 771.33 

Minor Eepairs 275.00 2,806.24 



$12,768.28 $ 18,444.90 



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Auxiliaries 

Medical Inspection $ 37.08 $ 1,072.89 

Transportation 1,972.20 2,161.30 

Grade Tuition 679.17 854.16 

Other Special Activities 

Library 168.68 424.06 

Gardens 187.45 176.75 

Insurance 526.84 192.00 

Grounds 159.10 64.90 

Alteration of Old Buildings 2,000.69 1,694.84 

New Equipment 271.42 2,532.20 

Head Tax to State 3,738.00 3,388.00 

Rent (Gate 's Hill) 100.00 

$ 9,740.63 $ 12,661.10 

Total Expenditures, Day Schools $77,568.43 $116,921.91 

Evening School 1,935.50 4,335.08 

$79,503.93 $121,256.99 

Summary for 1920-1921 

Total revenue $121,383.04 

Total expenditures 121,256.99 

Balance 126.05 

Excess 546.60 



672.65 
Transferred to Public Works Department. 672.65 



$ O.OQ 



Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN H. HOULIHAN, 

JOHN A. FOGARTY, 

L. WINIFRED FOWLER, 

Board of Education. 



Report of the Superintendent 



To the Board of Education: 

I herewith subiiiit to you my eighth annual report as superin- 
tendent of your public schools. 

Attendance 

Our actual registration February 1, 1920j was 1,387. Today 
it is 1,463, an increase of 76, or 5.5%. Thirty-eight pupils are 
attending the Gorham school at the Cascade. Following is the 
registration in detail: 

Actual Registration February 1, 1921 



Grade 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


VI 


Vll 


VIII 


IX 


X 


XI 


Xll 


B'ld 


Total 


High.... 
Marston. 
Brown . . 
Burgess. 
Bartleit. 

Cole 

C't'sHill 
Cascade. 
(Gorh'm) 


31 
26 

40 
35 
11 

10 


26 
32 

44 

24 

2 

9 


26 

24 

36 

32 
6 

4 


41 
34 

41 

32 

3 

7 


125 

44 

2 


111 

42 

3 
6 


152 


127 


114 


92 


60 


10 


276 
116 
236 
247 
123 
24 


403 

1022 
38 


Total . . . 


153 


137 


127 


158 


171 


162 


152 


127 


114 


92 


60 


10 




1463 


Average 

Age Sept 

1920 


6-6 


7-6 


9-1 


10-5 


11-7 


12-10 


12.7 


14-2 


14-1 


15-7 


16-2 


17-2 







High School 

The high school has enrolled thus far 427 pupils. Its present 
actual registration is 403, an increase of 48 or 14% over a year 
ago. 25% of the senior high school is enrolled in the Latin De- 
partment, 55% in the Commercial and 20% in the Mechanic Arts. 
These departments differ essentially in outlines of study and 
offer a variety of choice to pupils of varied tastes and purposes. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 65 

Each furnishes a four-year high school training centered about 
the fundamental subjects of its curriculum. 

In September, 1921, I estimate there will be a minimum reg- 
istration of 523 pupils, or 30%, over the present attendance of 
403. The platoon system of half-time attendance or the hiring 
of rooms outside the building must be the organization until a 
new building can be provided. In either case results will be 
unsatisfactory and a basis of criticism, and the pupils in attend- 
ance as in the past several years will be receiving less at the 
hands of the city than they rightfully deserve. 

The public high school is the people's school. It is open to 
all and must accept all who seek admission. It has no choice 
of material save in elementary preparation. Its product is a 
human product. Its graduates are unfinished, varying in ability, 
energy and inclination. They have obtained a start in life, but 
only a start. The mistakes they make cannot all be chraged to 
the school. Moreover, the public high school with its wider aim, 
its large classes, its five-hour day is not to be compared in oppor- 
tunity for scholarship with the private preparatory institution 
with single aim, small classes, tutors, proctors and 24-hour super- 
vision. The one is preparing for life; the other for college 
entrance. In reality it is remarkable that the college student 
from the public school should in any degree hold his own with 
the individually-nurtured product of the private school. 

Our own high school is rated well among city high schools 
of its class. In spite of its handicaps it is doing a type of com- 
mercial and mechanic arts work that meets with favorable com- 
ment wherever it is known. It is also preparing for college. 
P'upils with average ability and serious purpose have found no 
difiiculty in preparing for college even in eleven years — and the 
school is now on a twelve-year basis. But an early decision to 
enter college is necessary, together with constant application and 
parental co-operation, without which no school can assure suc- 
cess. 

Class Work 

In our elementary grades we are following with certain modi- 
fications the State Program of Studies for the Elementary Schools. 
No special methods have been encouraged nor spectacular re- 
sults sought for. Emphasis 'has been placed upon sensible teach- 
ing and constant drill. In reading, results have been especially 
encouraging. The following figures give the rating of our grades 



66 CITY OF BERLIN 

as compared with the standards obtained in 25,000 similar tests. 
Grades V and VI are affected by the number of French-speaking 
pupils entering those grades from other schools. 

GEADE I II III IV V VI 

Average number words per minute 107 135 181 182 243 243 

Standard 25,000 scores 80 95 145 165 180 200 

Comprehension score 9 15 25 34 30 30 

Standard 25,000 scores 8 15 22 30 36 40 

Medical Inspection 

iSinee September we have had the services of a school physician 
and a school nurse. All the children in the public schools have 
been, carefully examined, weighed and measured. As usual par- 
ents were notified of any defects, with recommendation that imme- 
diate attention be given. Following is the result of these noti- 
fications for the first half year; the highest percent of attention 
yet obtained in our schools: 

Number defects Number defects Percent of 

School found and reported having defects having 

to parents attention -attention 

Marston 141 75 '53 

Brown 74 40 54 

Burgess 128 90 70 

Bartlett 147 77 52 

Cole 98 49 50 

588 331 56 

Nurse's Report 

Following is the nurse's report of her activities for the same 
period: 
To Superintendent of Schools: 

I herewith submit my first rejiort as School Nurse in the pub- 
lic schools in Berlin: 

The mornings during the months of September, October, No- 
vember and December were occupied in assisting the School 
Physician with the examination of pupils. A report was sent 
to all parents notifying them of defects found. All cases needing 
a nurse 's attention were treated during the afternoons either in 
school or at home according to treatment required. Dirty teetli 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 67 

were very much in e\iilenee and weekly inspection shows great 
improvement, eacli pupil having providedj or being provided with, 
a tooth brush and instructed how to use it. Four cases of tuber- 
culosis were found and taken to the clinic conducted by the 
tuberculosis specialist. One case was taken out of school for two 
months and is now reported well and able to return to school. 
Another is reported well and the other two improving. Two> 
cases of blepharitis, both children in poor circumstances, have 
been assisted by the Junior Red Cross, one having been supplied 
with glasses and the other receiving daily treatment. All cases 
of pediculosis are being treated by the nurse and in persistent 
cases homes are visited and mothers instructed. 

Number of visits made from September 1 to February 1: 

Cases of Tuberculosis 4 Number of visits 20 

Cases of Iiifections 9 Number of visits 28 

Cases of Impetigo 4 Number of visits 9 

Cases of Measles 20 Number of visits 30 

Cases of Itch 3 Number of visits 9 

Cases of Accident 5 Number of visits 32 

Cases of Otitis media (chronic). 2 Number of visits 38 

Cases of Dirty Condition 3 Number of visits 5 

Rsepectfully submitted, 

FRANCES E. FOXALL. 

Evening School 

The evening school opened Monday, October 4. Only classes 
in English and citizenship are in force this year. The wonder- 
ful opportunity for classes in other subjects formerly conducted 
is still being neglected. Mrs. Margaret Mahaney continues as 
director. Following are the teachers and registration: 

English I — (Beginners) 

Mrs. Katherine Porteus Mrs. Edna Thompson 

Mrs. Mary Wilson Mrs. Victorine Olivier 

Mrs. Clarine Hutchinson Mrs. Margaret Evans 

Miss Pearl Heroux 

English II 

Miss Ruth Caird Mr. Roger Hill 

Mrs. Lucy Parker Mrs. Mary Yandow 

Miss Hannah Howell 



''68 CITY OF BERLIN 

English III 

Mrs. Phyllis Raeburn Airs. Gertrude Greene 

English IV 

Mr. Thomas Parker 
Average nightly attendanc-e Fall Term, 11 weeks, to Decem- 
ber 16 130 

Total registration to December 16 396 

Under 16 years of age. . . 3 21-40 196 

16-21 179 Over 40 18 

School-Home Gardens 

Instruction in gardening and supervision of school-home gar- 
dens extends from Grade I to junior higth school. Mrs. Shirley 
W. Teare acted as supervisor for the year. The gardens were 
unusually successful. Berlin is not an agricultural community, 
yet some very creditable results w'ere obtained under most unfavor- 
able conditions. The exhibit of vegetables and flowers in Sep- 
tember was the best yet held. Prizes to the extent of .$26.75 
were awarded for the best gardens and exhibits. The following 
pupils received the garden prives: 

Grades I-IV 

First Prize Howard Feindel 

Second Prize Elizabeth Hodgdon 

Third Prize Helen Story 

Pourth Prize Cameron McLean 

Grades V-VII 

First Prize Clifford Aikens 

Second Prize Leo Witter 

Third Prize Lloyd Atwood 

Fourth Prize Stanley Tarr 

Of 481 gardens planned in the spring 366 materialized. The 
estimated value of crops raised was $1,835, making an average 
of $5.00 per garden. 

Elementary Salary Schedule 

In previous reports I have pointed out the importance of sal- 
ary increases in retaining the best teachers already in service 
and in inducing the right quality of material to enter the pro- 



BOAED OF EDUCATION 69 

fessioii. The Berlin Board is to be eonmiended iu its action iit 
this respect. Our schedule for elementary teachers was amend- 
ed April 30, 1920, and is now as follows: 

Course Course " A " Total 

First Year $1,000 Minimum. 

Second Year $25 $25 $ 50 1,100 

Third Year 100 1,200 

Summer School 

Fourth Year $50 100 1,350 

Fifth Year 50 1,400 Minimum 

After receiving maximum 3 years. .As Voted Credit Maximum 

Principals of Buildings 

4-room Buildings $50 6-room Buildings $75. 

8-room Buildings $100 

Rating 

"A" signifies satisfactory. Xo reelection required after the 
third year of service as long as "A" rating is maintained. 

"B" signifies less satisfactory. Must come up for reelection. 
"C" signifies unsatisfactory. Not eligible for reelection. 

Dr. Ayres' Rating 

In a recent report issued by the Russell Sage Foundation Dr. 
L. P. Ayres gives an interesting comparative study of the state 
school systems of the country. According to his rating Montana; 
stands first, South Carolina fifty-second, New Hampshire thir- 
tieth. This rating was obtained by averaging values assigned to 
10 selected items thereby producing an ' ' index number, ' ' which 
number is given as the rating of the several states and terri- 
tories. These items are as follows: 

1 Per cent of school population attending school daily. 

2 Average days attended by each child of school age. 

3 Average number of days schools were kept open. 

4 Per cent that high school attendance was of total attendance. 

5 Per cent that boys were of girls in high schools. 

6 Average annual expenditure per child attending. 

7 Average annual expenditure per child of school age. 

8 Average annual expenditure per teacher employed. 

9 Expenditure per pupil for purposes other than teachers' sal- 

aries. 
10 Expenditure per teacher for salaries. 



70 CITY OF BEELIN 

These ten items as such have nothing to do with the profes- 
sional side of education such as organization of schools, pro- 
grams of study, methods of instruction, results of instruction or 
qualifications of teachers. The ratings are based entirely upon 
material considerations, considerations that can be definitely meas- 
ured and for which the citizens^ not the teachers of the respec- 
tive states, are themselves responsible. New Hampshire 's po- 
sition of thirtieth in the list nierel}^ reflects the quality of the 
state's support of public education in 1918 rather than the quality 
of its public schools. However, one dej)ends upon the other, as 
Dr. Ayres says: 

"States, like individuals, purchase about what they pay for, 
not much more and not much less. It is not necessarily, true 
that the effectiveness of a State school system this year is in pro- 
portion to its budget; but it is true that in the long run the ex- 
cellence of the schools depends on the generosity and wisdom of 
the expenditures, and even merely on the size of the expenditures. 
You can not have good schools without paying money for them. 
And next to good teaching the most important adjuncts of the 
school system are good buildings, good equipment, sanitary struc- 
tures, adequate facilities." 

Dr. Ayres expressly warns against the application of these 
items to city sc'hool systems since data varies so greatly among 
cities as well as from year to year in the same city. Yet it is 
interesting at least to compute our own standing on this basis 
and note our rating compared with that of New Hampshire as 
a state. Figures used for Berlin arc those of 1920. 

Item For New Hampshire For Berlin 

1918 1920 

1 53.20 92.81 

2 46.25 83.39 

3 87.00 88.00 

4 47.66 80.11 

5 76.79 82.03 

<3 59.56 61.90 

7 31.69 57.46 

8 41.80 68.94 

9 54.09 52.24 

10 45.64 79.49 



Index Number 54.37 74.64 



BOAED OF EDUCATION 71 

Special Class 

The special opportunity elass organized two years ago for 
the benefit of pupils three years and more behind their grade 
was discontinued in June. Some pupils had developed and been 
transferred to regular grades, others left on becoming sixteen 
years of age. Doubtless another group will Ibe ready for 
special attention in September and I recommend that plans be 
made to reopen the class at that time. 

In Conclusion 

The past few years have been lean years in school affairs. 
The struggle against teacher shortage, high costs and popular 
unrest has permitted little more than the keeping of school or- 
ganizations complete and in action. There has been little new in 
building construction or program development. The peculiar 
sensitiveness of the public mind has resulted in an exaggeration 
of limitations which in many cases has tended to set back or 
even nullify the strongest efforts to correct the very limitations 
under criticism. Let me say here that the future holds no hope 
of constructive improvement in school administration until the 
people are willing again to return to a period of straight think- 
ing and disinterested judgment and to apply the same principles 
of intelligent decision to school problems that they rightfully ex- 
pect of the schools. 

In conclusion I want to express my appreciation to the Board 
for the measure of support afforded me in my efforts to conduct 
the best possible schools for the children of the city. 

Eespeetfully submitted, 

H. L. MOOEE, 

Superintendent. 
January 31, 1921. 



Report of the Headmaster 



Berlin, N. H., February 1, 1921. . 
To Supt. Harry L. Moore: 

I herewith submit to you my eighth annual report a* head- 
master of the Berlin High School. 

The total registration for the school year ending June, 1920, 
was 395 pupils, 178 boys and 217 girls. Table I gives the regis- 
tration in full. The total enrolment to date for the school year 
1920-1921 is 427 pupils, 192 boys and 235 girls, indicated in full 
in Table II. Seven pupils who left school last year due to sick- 
ness and other causes have returned. 

The registration of the class of 1925 for the school year 1920- 
1921 is as follows: 

From the public schools 118, repeating the year 4 and from 
outside schools 12, a total of 134 pupils, 67 boys and 67 girls. 
Thirty-three pupils entered the class of 1924 from the St. Patrick's 
School. Ninety-four per cent of the jjupils promoted from the 
seventh year entered the class of 1925. 

In the class graduating in June, 1920, there were 62 pupils 
registered at the beginning of the school year 1919-1920. Two 
left school to go to work, two moved away and one failed to 
graduate. The remaining 57 pupils graduated or approximately 
38 per cent of the pu23ils registered in the class of 1920. 

The following shows in detail the total number of pupils of 
the class of 1920. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 73 

Total number of pupils entering school year 1910-1917 that 

graduated 41 

Entered from outside schools and graduated 10 

Entered from previous classes and graduated 6 

Entered from previous classes and left school due to poor work 16 

Entered from outside schools and left 11 

Left school during the period of four years due to sickness, 

moving from city, etc 55 

Lost class standing due to poor work and dropped out after 

several years 9 

Lost class standing but still in school 2 

Total number of pupils registered with class of 1920 150 

Graduating, boys 17, girls 40, total 57 

Per cent graduating 38 

Out of 22 pu^jils that were promoted from the eighth year 
of the St. Patrick's School, 15 entered the class of 1920 of the 
Berlin High School in the fall of 1916, 3 left school and 12 pupils 
or 80 per cent graduated as compared with 68 per cent for the 
year 1918 and 41 per cent for the year 1919. Out of the 92 pupils 
that entered the class of 1920 from the public schools 29 pupils 
or 32 per cent graduated as compared with 33 per cent for the 
year 1918 and 29 per cent for the year 1919. Table III gives a 
full report of the loss of the different classes for the school year 
1919-1920. 



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Table No. 3— School Loss— School Year 1919-1920 



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1919-1920 


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Girls 


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78 CITY OF BEELIN 

Table 4 gives a full report of the activities of the meml)ers 
of the Class of 1920 since graduation. 26 per cent entered col- 
leges and training schools as compared with 36 per cent for 1S119 
and 21 per cent for 1918. 

The program of the school activities for the school year 1919- 
1920 found in the appendix of this report indicates the type of 
work accomplished by the different school organizations. The 
School Bank shows that the Athletic Association has a balance 
of $258.00. If the work in athletics that is now being carried on 
under the direction of an athletic instructor is to continue and 
become permanent it should be placed on a credit basis with the 
other subjects. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

DANIEL W. MacLEAN, 
Headmaster, Berlin High School. 



The Appendix 



ROLL OF HONOR 

Attendance 

Pupils neitlier absent nor tardy for the school year 1919-1920. 
Figures indicate the number of successive years the pupils have 
had a place upon the Attendance Eoll of Honor. 

HIGH SCHOOL 



Doris E. Coolidge 
Arvid H. Niclason 
Leota D. Palmer 



Class XII 

Hazel V. Locke 
Marion T. Ordway 
Odila M. Thibodeau 
Phyllis M. Toohey 



Marion E. Fancy 
Eobert M. Hodgdon 
Emma E. Hogan 
Helen C. MacDonald (2) 
Mildred E. Perkins 
Dorothy L. Eumney 



Class X 

Ealph F. Gilbert 

Sybil M. Henderson (2) 

Blanche E. Lemieux (4) 

Calista E. Oswell (2) 

Emma H. Eiff 

Frances M. Stafford (4) 



Darrell N. Toohey 



Class IX 



Dorothy Gallagher 
Bernard W. Keroack 
John A. McKee 
George J. Olivier 
Sarah M. Quinn 



Paul F. Hannah (2) 
Frank J. McKee 
Margaret I. Glidden 
Bella Ouillette (2) 
Arlington W. Eayner 



Alberta H. Wight 



80 



CITY OF BERLIN 



Hyordes Anderson 
Clinton Bixby 
Minerva Hadley 
Yvonne King 
Marion Oleson 
Ora Ordway 



Andrew Anctil 
Evelyn Bartlett 
Helen Buckley 
Clarence Cordwell 
Velma Lee 
Gertrude Michelson 
Ramona Foley 
Willie Suffill 
Kenneth Thomas 
Marion McKinnon 



Robert Atwood (2). 
Richard Eortier 
Leonell Mayo 

Millage Lagassie 



Annie McKee 



Vincent Donovan 



Melvin Bergquist 
Raymond Finnson 



Class VIII 

Eugene Barbin 
Annie Haddad 
Dorothy Johnson 
Norman H. Miles (3) 
Berniee Oleson (3) 
Robert P. Sheridan 
Florence Stahl (3) 

MARSTON SCHOOL 

Grade VII 

Lloyd Atwood 
Dorothy Bates 
Arthur Caie 
Marian Duggan 
Reg-inald Murray (2) 
Leo Morin 
Barney Schroeder 
Lydia Thorn 
Evelyn Willey (2) 
John Madan 
Allie Lawson (2) 

Grade IV 

Alma Davis 
M^ary McKee 
Frances Peabody 

Grade III 

Arthur Marks 
Bertha Pennock 

Grade II 

Robert Wilson 
Grade I 

Lenox Garrity 
Zenas Peabody 

BROWN SCHOOL 

Grade IV 

Amasa Condon 
Walter Johnson 



BOARD OF EDITATION 



81 



Trvgwe Christianson 



Paul Anderson (2) 



Dorothy Seribner 



Aksel Anderson 
Otto Ericson 
Fred Johnson 



Grade III 

Darrell Silsby 

Grade II 

Leona Fish (2) 

Grade I 

Vera Thorne 

BURGESS SCHOOL 

Grade VI (7) 

Hattie Anderson 
Wilfred Hamel 
Harold Wilson (2) 



Grade VI (6) 



Josephine Grandchamp 
Rena Scales 



Willie Roberge 
Romeo Blanchette 



Grade VI (5) 



Winona Garrity 
Romeo Wedge 
Stanton Osgood (3) 



Elizabeth Briggs 



Walter Boucher 



Florence Bouchard 
Josephine Sunbury (2) 



Ruth Gill (2) 
Charlie Ordway (6) 
Elizabeth Stahl 

Grade V (4) 
Arthur Croteau 

Grade V (3) 

Emmanuel Christianson (2) 
Vernon Spinney 

Grade V (2) 
Carl Ortelt 

Grade V (1) 

Jeanette Runiney 
Ruth Stahl (2) 

BARTLETT SCHOOL 
Grade VI 

Maria Croteau 



Philip Wheeler 



82 



CITY OF BEELIN 



Nicholas Brosius 
Geraldine Cavagnaro 



Walton Bamett (2) 



Envdn Bragg 
Deliska Fish 
Louise Morin 



Hannah Glenn 



William Eosenberg 



Grade IV 

Kenneth Caie (3) 
James Sunbury (4) 

Grade III 

Eose Laperle 

Grade II 

Eosano Laperle 
Jean Stewart 

Grade I 

Gladys Caie 
Simona Fish 
Herbert Neil 

COLE SCHOOL 

Grade III 

Arthur Balcom (2) 

Grade II 

Kenneth Morrison 

Grade I 

Parley Strout 
Eichard Wagner 



ROLL OF HONOR 

(Scholarship) 
Pupils in the senior and junior high schools who attained a 
rating of E in all subjects for the school year 1919-1920. 

Grade XII 
Leota D. Palmer 

Grade X 
Florence M. Hancock Darrell N. Toohey 

Grade IX 
Paul F. Hannah Katherine B'. Moore 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 83 

Grade VIII 
Constance Brungot Alfred Clarke 

Grade A^II 
Frances Bean Ruth Linton 

Paul Mortinsou 

Graduation Exercises of the Class of 1920 

Friday, June 18, 1920, at 2:30 P. M., Albert Theatre. 

March, ' ' National Emblem " Baglev 

Orchestra 

'P^^yei' Rev. R. L. KimbalF 

Address of Welcome Reginald Henderson 

^ssay "Women in Industry"- 

Charlotte Elizabeth Lee 

Solo for Cornet Moore 

Selection ; 

Orchestra 

Class Prophecy Louise Vail Barton 

^ssay " America, The Melting Pot ' ' 

Margaret Theresa Curley 
Selection, ' ' Apple Blossoms " Kreisler 

Orchestra 
Class Will Pearl Gertrude Ryan 

Selection, ' ' Little Whopper " Freml 

Orchestra 

Presentation of Diplomas Mr. John H. Houlihan. 

Chairman of the Board of Education 

School Song Class, School, Alumni and Orchestra 

Class Colors Purple and White 

Class Motto "Finished, Yet Beginning" 



Highest General Scholarship 
Leota Dorothea Palmer 



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CITY OF BERLIN 



First Honor in Latin Course 
Marion Twitcliell Ordway 

First Honor in Commercial Course 
Cecile Evonne Toussaint 

First Honor in Mechanic Arts Course 
Romeo Ovid Tourangeau 



CLASS 1920 

Latin Curriculum 



Addelson, Mildred 
Barton, Louise Vail 
Dresser, Harriet 
Hutchinson, Almon Lewis 
Lee, Charlotte Elizabeth 
Lemieux, Leon Joseph 
Locke, Hazel Viola 
MeKelvey, Norman Anthony 

Commercial 

Anderson, Ada Elvira 
Bagley, Gertrude Agnes 
Berwick, Alice Mary 
Clook, Carma Mary 
Coolidge, Doris Evelyn 
Curley, Margaret Theresa 
Davidson, Oiga Marie 
Develin, Winifred Mary 
Fancy, Bernice Lavinia 
Green, Ida Edith 
Hawkins, Annie Isabell 
Henderson, Reginald 
Johnson, Norman Leonard 
Keenan, Mary Thelma 
Kelly, Madeline Olive 



Ordway, Marion Twitchell 
Palmer, Leota Dorothea 
Rahmanop, Robert Rush 
Ryan, Pearl Gertrude 
Sheridan, Kathleen Leah 
Toohey, Phyllis Maynard 
Wagner, Mildred 
Ward, Margaret Rice 

Curriculum 

Monahan, Stella Felicia 
Morgan, Beatrice Mary 
Morin, Nella Annetta 
Mountain, Claude Eugene 
Nelson, Olga Christine 
Nichalson, Arvid Hylmar 
Oldham, Oiia Marguerite 
Oleson, Warren Edward 
Reid, Mildred Elizabeth 
Sheridan, Herbert John 
St. Pierre, Louise Anna 
Toussaint, Cecile Evonne 
Treamer, Ruth Marion 
West, Florence Elizabeth 
Williams, Blanche Mary 



Wood, Harold Gordon 

Mechanic Arts Curriculum 

Evans, Gerald Hinehey Pickford, Thomas Arnold 

Larson, Norman Luther Powers, Howard Milford 

Oswell, Russell Brown Tourangeau, Romeo Ovid 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 85 



G-eneral Curriculum 



Crimmins, Mary Effie Thibodeau, Odila Mary 

Pederson, Tlielma Ovidia Wentworth, Mary Elizabeth 

Officers of the Class 

President Ahnon Lewis Hutehinson 

Vice President Louis Vail Barton 

Secretary Margaret Rice Ward 

Treasurer Marion Twitchell Ordwav 



Program of the Debating Club— "The Forum" 
School Year 1919-1920 

Sophomore-Freshmen Debate 

Resolved that: The Annexation of Mexico to the United States 
Would Be For the Best Interests of Both Countries. 

Class 1922, Affirmative Class 1923, Negative (winners) 

Gilbert, Ralph F. Stady, Forest M. 

Christiansen, RudoliA W. Keroack, Bernard W. 

McLaughlin, Gordon W. Hannah, Paul E. 

Smyth, Amanda M. Maelntyre, Lillian C. 

Moffett, Virginia H. Hunt, Douglas A. 

Judges: 
Mrs. Howard Parker Mrs. Nellie Lovett 

Mrs. Ruby Paine 



Senior-Freshman Debate 

Resolved that: The United States should join the European 
Powers in Establishing a Suitable Form of Government for Turkey 
and in Restricting the Turkish Territory. 

Class 1920, Affirmative Class 1923, Negative (winners) 

Hutchinson, Almon L. Steady, Forest M. 

Curley, Margaret T. Keroack, Bernard W. 

Wood, Harold G. Hannah, Paul E. 

Ward, Margaret R. Maelntyre, Lillian C. 

Barton, Louise V. Hunt, Douglas A. 



?6 CITY OF BERLIN 

Judges: 

Eev. Hubert Wood Mr. William Matthews 

Mrs. Winifred Fowler 

Winning debating team for the school year 1919-1920, Class 
of 1923. 



Athletics 
Freshmen 1923 



Katherine Moore, Capt. 
Mabel McKelvey 
Bernice Ingalls 
Dorothy Flynn 
Dorothy Budway 
Lillian Maclntyre 
Ida MoKee 



William Sullivan, Capt. 
Avery Keenan 
Clarence Snyder 
Emanuel Stein 
Raymond Turley 
Forest Steady 



Sophomores 1922 



Amanda Smyth, Capt. 
Virginia Moffett 
Germaine St. Pierre 
Gladys Morrison 
Beatrice Hazzard 
Jeannette MeGivney 
Dorothy Thomas 



Charlotte Lee, Capt. 
Mildred Reid 
Marion Ordway 
Leota Palmer 
Louise Barton 
Gertrude Bagley 
Louise St. Pierre 



Edwin Curley, Capt. 
Ralph Campbell 
Leo MeGivney 
Edwin Madan 
Thomas Laffin 
James Abramson 



Seniors 1920 



Howard Powers, Capt. 
Robert Rahmanoph 
Almon Hutchinson 
Warren Oleson 
Norman McKelvey 
Leon Lemieux 



Those awarded the letter "B" for playing in all the games 
scheduled, which include the Inter-Class, All-Star Senior, and 
Alumni-B. H. S. games, are 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Almon Hutchinson 
Ralph Campbell. 
Thomas Laffin 
Edwin Madan 
Leo McGivney 
Norman McKelvey 



The Berlin School Bank 

statement, January 1, 1921 

Balance of January 1, 1920 $3,531.54 

Deposits Jan. 1, 1920, to Dec. 31, 1920 3,476.99 

Total receipts $7,008.53 

Withdrawals to buy Thrift and War S. Stamps $ 482.90 
Withdrawals by depositors 2,294.53 

Total Withdrawals $2,777.43 

Balance $4,231.10 

Interest received from Berlin National Bank 140.88 

Total Cash on Deposit $4,371.98 

Cash and Stamps on hand December 31, 1920. . 126.36 

Total Balance January 1, 1921 $4,498.34 

City Enumeration, September, 1920 

Whole number children in the city between 5 and 16 years 
of age 

Boys 1,964 

Girls 2,041 

Total 4,005 

Total in September, 1919 3,867 

Increase 138 

Per cent of increase 3.6 



88 CITY OF BEELIN 

Whole number children registered in school September 30, 
3920 

In Public Schools 1,421 

In Parochial Schools 2,280 

In Outside Schools 

Cascade (Gorham) 34 

Elsewhere 71 

— 105 

Total 3,806 



Year 


Total 


Unable to 
read & write 

English 


Born 


In N. H. 


ElsewhereU.S. 


por'n Countries 


1913 


3427 


- 164 


117 


10 


37 


1914 


3249 


110 


69 


12 


29 


1915 


3337 


99 


64 


11 


24 


1916 


3518 


96 


57 


7 


32 


1917 


3631 


126 


93 


3 


26 


1918 


3787 


82 


42 


3 


37 


1919 


3867 


124 


73 


9 


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1920 


4005 


94 


37 


15 


42 



Balance Sheet 

January 31, 1921 



School Property Inventory 

Value of 



Seating 



School 


Erected 


Area of Lot 


Land and 
Buildings 


Equipment Capacity 


High .... 


.. 1905 


.3 acre 


$ 66,000 


$ 7,500 300 


Marston . 


.. 1906 


.5 acre 


36,500 


2,500 288 


Brown . . 


.. 1913 


1.3 acre 


26,000 


750 180 


Bartlett . 


.. 1916 


1.4 acre 


30,000 


1,500 216 


Burgess . 


.. 1917 


1.3 acre 


40,000 


2,500 288 


Cole 




.1 acre 


10,500 


250 144 



$209,000 



$15,000 



1,416 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 



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SCHOOL PROPERTY 

Assets 

Land and Buildings $209,000.00 

Equipment 15,000.00 



$224,000.00 



Liabilities 

Outstanding Indebtedness 

4% Bond Issue of December 1, 1905 $ 13,531.25 

41^% Bond Issue of June 1, 1913 11,700.00 

4% Bond Issue of July 1, 1016 32,000.00 

Surplus January 31, 1921 166,768.75 



$224,000.00 



Valuation of the city, 1920 $13,754,824.00 

Total Outstanding Indebtedness for School Pur- 
poses $57,231.25 

Per cent Indebtedness is of Total Valuation .... .004% 

City Tax Rate on $1,000 for all City Purposes. . . $32.50 

City Tax Rate on $1,000 for School Purposes $7.99 

Per cent School Tax Rate is of City Tax Rate. . . 25% 



Summary 

For the Sc'hool Year from September, 1919, to June, 1920. 

Whole number different pupils enrolled 1,519 

Average membership 1,322 

Average daily attendance 1,253 

Average daily absence 69 

Percent of attendance 95 

Cases of tardiness 717 

Cases of tardiness per pupil .54 

Pupils not absent nor tardy 137 

Length of school year in weeks 38 

Number days schools were in session 176 

Visits by citizens 2,519 



90 CITY OF BEELIN 

Visits by School Board 134 

Visits by Superintendent 466 

Average salary high school teachers (men) $ 2,137.50 

Average salary high school teachers (women) 1,239.58 

Average salary junior high teachers 1,206.25 

Average salary grade teachers 1,151.00 

Total cost of high school 31,221.54 

Total cost of junior high school 7,500.00 

Total cost of grades 38,846.89 

Total cost of evening school 1,935.50 

Total cost per pupil, high school 88.45 

Total cost per pupil, junior high school 53.18 

Total cost per pupil, grades 46.92 

Total cost per pupil, all schools 59.62 

Total cost per pupil, average for New Hampshire 59.77 



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ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



BOARD OF HEALTH 



OF THE 



City of Berlin, N. H. 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING 



JANUARY 31, 1921 




Including Tenth Annual Report of Health Officer 
OFFICE, CITY BUILDING 



Health Department Organization 



Board of Health 



EODERICK BLACKBURN, Chairman. 
Term expires April 1, 1921. Grafton Street. Telephone 416-22. 

H. E. WILKINSON, M. D., Secretary. 
Term expires April 1, 1922. 167 Washington St. Telephone 430-2. 

ARCHIE LANDRY. 

Term expires April 1, 192.3. 356 School Street. Telephone 227-11. 

L. W. WELLINGTON, Health Officer. 

Appointed annually by the Board of Health, with the approval 

of the City Council. 

New Revere Hotel. 



Office and Laboratory of the Department in the City Hall. Tel. 272, 
Board of Health Office, City Hall. .Open from 9:00 a. m. to 12:00 
m. 1:30 to 5:00 p. m. daily except Saturday. Saturday 9:00 to 
12:00 m. 



Board of Health 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH 



Berlin, N. H., January 31, 1921. 

To His Hoiior, the Mayor, and the City Council of the City of 
Berlin. 
Gentlemen: 

In the report of the Health Officer, hereinafter set forth, a 
notable increase in the amount of work done is shown. Tlie labor- 
atory of this department has accomplished more work than ever 
before and has thus been of great service to the community. 

"The public health is purchasable and it is witliin the power 
of any community to determine its mortality and morbidity rate." 

We give not a second thought when it comes to a suitable 
expenditure for police and fire protection because the public has 
been educated to see the necessity of these civic needs. For 
1920 this city spent $28,000 for fire protection, or $1.75 per capita, 
and $25,000 for police, or $1.56 per capita, but for an appropri- 
ation for the public health, to safeguard the health of the ]ieople 
$4,500 was spent, or $0.28 per capita. 

In dollars and cents the estimated loss from fire was $20,543, 
or $1.28 per capita. 

Berlin spent last year through voluntary welfare organiza- 
tions about $2,000 for the relief of the destitute and needy, or 
$.12 per capita; the majority of this was because of sickness or 
death. 

The following analysis from the report of a municipal health 
leport will be found interesting: 



98 CITY OF BERLIN 

"It is not possible to figure in dollars and cents the economir- 
loss to the community as the result of sickness and death, but if 
you will but remember the havoc wrought to family, city, state 
and nation by the influenza epidemic you can understand what 
sickness means. 

"It is a strange thing that when sickness or death visits a 
family there is an immediate response from every agenej^ such 
as friends, social organizations, etc., for the sympathetic side of 
their nature has been aroused. Some of these same people would 
be the last to fall in line with a constructive health program of 
preventive medicine. They are not entirely to blame because 
they have not been educated to the need and importance of meas- 
ures which would safeguard the health of themselves and chil- 
dren. In other words, as Carlyle has said, 'The healthy know not 
of their health, but only the sick. ' 

"Some people think that all the Health Department is for 
is to pull out a dead cat that has died under a house, or to make 
oome negligent neig-hbor clean up her chicken yard. We are 
even brought to task because roosters crow and goats baa. The 
loudness of the disturbing noise, and the odoriferousness of the 
place are taken as an index to the growth of their complaint." 

We respectfully recommend that for the coming year an ap- 
propriation of $6,000 be made to be applied to the work of this 
department. This amounts to 37 cents per capita and is a small 
appropriation for public health. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Berlin Board of Health, 

RODERICK BLACKBURN, Chairman. 
DR. H. E. WILKINSON, Secretary. 
A. LANDRY. 



REPORT OF THE HEALTH OFFICER 



Berlin, N. H., January 31, 1921. 

To the Board of Health of the City of Berlin, N. H. 
Gentlemen: 

Herewith is submitted for vour consideration the annual re 



BOARD OF HEALTH 99 

port of this department 's activities for the year ending Decem- 
ber 31, 1920. 

The report is self-explanatory. 

Laboratory Work 

Tlie work done in tlie laboratory of the department shows a 
large increase over that done in previous years. The variety of 
work that will be done upon request is as follows: 

Chemical and bacteriological examination of milk. 

Chemical and bacteriological examination of water. 

Bacteriological examination of diphtheria swabs, pus samjiles, 
sputum, gouococcus smears. 

Examination of foods to determine the more frequent adul- 
terants. . 

The laboratory is for work applying to any phase of public; 
health j)roblems and all specimens submitted as such will be given 
complete attention. The laboratory is not for the benefit of in- 
dividuals having problems not of a public nature. The Health 
Officer reserves the right to pass ujion such questions. 

The work done during the past year follows: 

Milk Analysis 

Samples of milk for bacteriological analysis 211 

Number below standard 1(> 

Percent below standard 7.5. 

Samples of milk for chemical analysis 201 

Number below standard 20 

Percent below standard 9.1) 

Number of dealers' licenses granted 50 

Number of producers' licenses granted 66 

The general condition of the milk sujDply has been very 
satisfactory during the past year. With a few exceptions, such 
as excess bacteria count due to improper cooling, and a very few 
instances of a high count due to dirt, the law has been very well; 
complied with. 

Consumers are cautioned against accepting milk that is warm-. 
If at any time bottles or cans are warm to the touch, they should 
be rejected and this department notified. 



100 



CITY OF BERLIN 



Table I 

Water Analysis 



Source 


S 
s 

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% Positfve for 
Colon Bacilli 
1 cc. 


% Positive for 
Colon Bacilli 
10 cc. 


Remarks 


Berlin Water Co, 
General Public Supply 


52 


0.5' 28.8 

1 


Good 


Brown Company 
Sulphite Mill 


57 


5.2 


75.4 


Questionable 


Brown Company 
Boston & Maine Spring 


7 


28 6 


57.1 
100.0 


Questionable 


"Green Acqueduct 
Spring" 


2 


100.0 


Condemned 


Abraham Abramson 
Spring 


2 


100.0 


100.0 


Condemned 


Miscellaneous 


153 
















Total 


166 









The general condition of the water supply for the past year 
has been satisfactory. With a few exceptions the undiluted 
reservoir water was used. Only for a short time during the fall 
months was any river water used, and then only when filtered 
and projierly chlorinated so as to render it safe for consumption. 

Two springs which supplied water to only a few houses have 
been found highly contaminated and condemned. 

A third has been condemned for drinking purposes and only 
the fact that the public supply has unavailable prevented it from 
being totally done away with. 

With completion of the new Keeue reservoir^ holding twelve 
million gallons, the public supply is greatly enlarged and it is 
expected that no river water will be needed in coming years. 



BOARD OF HEALTH 101 

Tuberculosis 

Number of sputums examined <)2 

Number positive for tubercle bacilli 11 

Number negative for tubercle bacilli 81 

During the past year the number of sputums examined for 
tubercle bacilli has shown a marked increase. The i^ublieity given 
this disease by the work of the New Hampshire Tuberculosis Asso- 
ciation through its clinic and nurse has caused more attention to 
be paid to its diagnosis. As a result many more sputums have 
been sent to the laboratory than any previous year. Also the 
fact that this laboratory is able to give a little quicker service 
than the one at Concord causes local physicians to make use of it. 

Diphtheria 

Number of cultures examined 4 

Number of cultures negative 4 

Gonococcus 

Number of smears examined 2 

Number of smears positive 1 

Number of smears negative 1 

Miscellaneous 

Swabs examined 4 

Vaccinations 

Total number of vaccinations 660 



102 CITY OF BEELIN 

Table II 

Nuisances 
Complaint Number 

Imjiroper disposal of rubbish 12 

Pigs not kept in sanitary condition and in city limits 3 

Broken sewer drain 6 

Dead animals 2 

Dirty premises 2 

Breaking quarantine rules 2 

■General unsanitary conditions 1 

Not connected with sewer 5 

Slaughtering 2 

Unsanitary food 1 

Unsanitary restaurant 1 

Unsanitary cellar 1 

Unsanitary privy 1 

Nuisances investigated which had no foundation 19 

Total 59 



Table III 

Nuisances 
Month Number 

•January 4 

February 1 

March 3 

April 11 

May 9 

June 6 

July 5 

August 12 

September 2 

October 4 

November '. 2 

X)eeember 

Total 59 



BOAED OF HEALTH 103 

Condition of Food Stores as Shown by Inspections 

j^ame Business Condition 

Boisvert, Mrs. J. T Grocery Excellent 

Coe & Macdonald Confectionery Excellent 

Couvnoyer's Pharmacy Confectionery & Fountain. Excellent 

Direct Importing Co Grocery Excellent 

Dupont, Wni Confei-tionery & Fountain. Excellent 

Great Northern Grocery Co., 

80 Main Street Grocery Excellent 

Lyford, E. H Confectionery Excellent 

Parent, J. E Grocery Excellent 

Pickford & Smith Confectionery Excellent 

Star Bakery Bakery Excellent 

Toussaint Bakery Bakery Excellent 

Woolworth Company Confectionery Excellent 

Androscoggin Dairy Co Dairy Good 

Atlantic & Pacific Co., Grocery Good 

12 Green Square 

Atlantic & Pacific Co., 

227 Main Street Grocery Good 

Babin, Antoine Grocery Good 

Berlin Fruit Co Confectionery Good 

Blais, Wilfred Grocery Good 

Brown Company Grocery Good 

Carrigan, J. F Confectionery Good 

Christianson, Richard Confectionery Good 

Cole, O. F Confectionery & Fountain . Good 

Corey, Louis Confectionery & Fountain. Good 

Derosa, D Eestaurant Good 

Dresser, J. M Confectionery & Fountain. Good 

Feeney, J. J Confectionery Good 

Fortier, J. D Grocery Good 

Grenier, P. E Confectionery Good 

Grotto, The Restaurant , Good 

Gunn, J. E Bakery Good 

Hallee & Son Grocery, Meat Good 

Heroux, Napoleon Grocery Good 

Jacques, John Restaurant Good 

Jbala, S Confectionery Good 

King, Eli J Grocery Good 



104 CITY OF BERLIN 

Name Business (Jo ud it ion 

Leclerc, Louis Conft'ctionery Good 

Lambert, J. E Eestaurant Good 

Leclerc, S Fountain Good 

Lessard, A Fountain Good 

MaeArthur & O'Connell Eestaurant Gooil 

MacArthur 's Lunch Restaurant Good 

Martin, Ed. H Grocery Good 

MeCready, A. N Grocery Good 

McDonald, James Fountain Good 

Montminy, J. H Grocery Good 

Mullen, M. J Confectionery & Fountain. Good 

Oborn, C. B Restaurant Good 

Parker, G. W Restaurant Good 

People 's Cash Market Grocery Good 

Perrault, A. J Grocery Good 

Ramsey, Paul Bakery Good 

Roberge, Louis Grocery, Meat Good 

Savehiek, C Grocery Good 

Soloway, M Confectionery Good 

Samson Bros Grocery Good 

Therrien, V. E Grocery Good 

Treggett, Geo Confectionery & Fountain. Good 

G. Hirning Bakery Fair 

Chodokoske, Pete Restaurant Fair 

Chodoekoske, Pete Grocery Fair 

Evarensky, S Restaurant Fair 

Femia, F Grocery Fair 

Hall, G. L Fish Market Fair 

Isaccson, D Grocery Fair 

Johnson, C. H Grocery Fair 

King, James E Grocery Fair 

Kletskin, J Grocery Fair 

Lettre, N Grocery Fair 

McLean, Duncau Grocery Fair 

Marcou, Joseph Confectionery Fair 



BOAED OF HEALTH 105 

Name Business Condition 

Mosca, Oreste Groc-erv Fair 

Pickford, W. A Confeetionerv Fair 

Quintal, A. B Grocery Fair 

Eosenfield, H Grocery Fair 

Segiel, S . . . .♦ Fountain Fair 

Solofsky, Simon Bakery Fair 

Stein, A. & Son Fruit Fair 

Thibaultj E Grocery Fair 

Tousignant, J. O Grocery Fair 

Virko, Sam Drinks, Confectionery Fair 

Alpine Bottling Co Fair 

Green, Fauni Grocery Fair 

Halvorson, O Grocery Fair 

Pickford, P. J Bottling Fair 



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150 Hvdrocephalus 

XI. Early Infancy 

150 Monster 

151 Premature Birth 

151 General Edema 

151 Mara.smus 

151 Malnutrition 

151 Exhaustion 

152 Atelectasis 

152 Prolapse of cord 

154 Senility • ■ • 

169 Accidental Drowning 

186 Traumatic Septicaemia 

177 Destitution 

185 Fractured skull 

XIV. — Ill-defined Causes 

189 Complication of diseases 

189 Cardiac Failure 



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110 CITY OF BERLIN 

Table V 

Principal Causes of Death 

Number Rate Percent 

Cause of Death of Per of 

Deaths 100,000 Total 
Population 

*A11 causes , 203 1,268.4 100.0 

Heart Disease 22 137.4 lO.S 

I'neunionia (all forms) 21 131.7 10.3 

Diarrhea aucl Enteritis 19 119-.3 9.3 

External Causes 14 87.5 6.6 

Cerebral Hemorrhage (apoplexy) . 8 49.9 3.9 
Cancer and other malignant tu- 
mors 8 49.9 3.9 

Acute Nephritis and Bright 's 

Disease 8 49.9 8.9 

Senility 7 43.7 3.4 

Tuberculosis (all forms) 6 37.4 2.9 

Paralysis (not specified) 4 24.9 1.9 

All other defined causes 86 538.4 41.3 



*Exclusive of stillbirths. 



BOAED or HEALTH 



111 



Nativity and Martial Condition of Decedents 





Single 


Mar 


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Wid- 
owed 


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stated 


Total 




M 


F 


M 


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M 


F 


M 


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47 

3 
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Canada 

NewHampshire 
Other States . . 
Ireland. . 


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Russia 

Scotland 


1 
1 




3 




1 
1 
1 
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1 


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1 










Total 


89 


52 


33 


22 


7 


12 


4 




133 


86 



Table VI 

Infant Mortality and Crude Death Rate 





Total 


Deaths 


Deaths Un- 




Deaths 


YEAR 


Under 1 


der IYr. from 


Total 


PER 1000 




Births 


Year per 

1000 


Diarrheal 
Diseases per 


Deatas 


Popula- 






Births 


1000 Births 




tion 


1910 


470 


208 


71 


207 


17.3 


1911 


468 


171 


75 


204 


16.8 


1912 


491 


141 


26 


210 


17.0 


1913 


479 


171 


16 


200 


15.7 


1914 


465 


163 


46 


206 


14.2 


1915 


469 


120 


38 


222 


19.9 


1916 


443 


104 


54 


202 


14.1 


1917 


499 


123 


42 


214 


12.7 


1918 


508 


189 


17 


360 


21.4 


1919 


487 


96 


26 


186 


12.2 


1920 


555 


97.3 


21.8 


203 


12.7 



Tuberculosis Clinic 

The New Hampshire Tuberculosis Association with the funds 
obtained through subscription and the sale of Christmas seals, 
has held since may 1, 1920, fourteen pulmonary (lung) clinics for 
the diagnosis of tuberculosis. 



112 CITY OF BERLIN 

The physician in charge of the clinic with the aid of the 
tuberculosis nurse, has examined two hundred twenty-two patients. 
Of these, many have been examined twice, and some a third time, 
bringing the total number of examinations up to four hundred 
nine. In other words, two hundred twenty-two people have at- 
tended fourteen clinics and one hundred ninety-one have come 
under the supervision of the physician and nurse. During this 
time the tuberculosis nurse has made eight hundred seventy visits 
to various homes in the community. All of these visits have 
been made without the aid of any conveyance whatever. 

As a result of the examinations made at these clinics, there 
has been found eighty-three cases of tuberculosis in the various 
stages; sixty-three patients, who have been under supervision 
have shown during this period a marked improvement; due to 
sleeping out of doors, marked hygenic improvement, etc. Nineteen 
cases have become inactive. During this period, through these 
discoveries, eleven patients have been sent to the State Sanato- 
rium at Glenclifif. 

During the coming year this work will extend over the whole 
county. 

Report of the Tuberculosis Clinic 

Held under the auspices of the New Hampsliire Tuberculosis 
Association and the local Health Department. 

Financed by the New Hampshire Tuberculosis Association. 
Dr. John M. Wise, Glencliff, N. H., examining physician. 
Miss Elizabeth McManus, R. N., visiting nurse. 
Miss Elena M. Crough, field nurse of the association. 

Number of clinics 14 

Number of examinations 409 

Number of patients examined 222 

Non-tubercular 101 

Suspicious 35 

Incipient 45 

Moderately advanced 30 

Advanced 6 

Far advanced 1 

Arrested 1 

In doubt 3 

222 



BOARD OF HEALTH 



113 



Progress Made by Patients 

Arrested 2 

Apparently arrested 1 

Improved 63 

Inactive 19 

Patients sent to Sanatorium 11 

Patients under supervision 191 

Home visits made by nurse 870 



Table VII 

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Tuberculosis 








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26 

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114 



CITY OF BEELIN 



Table VIII 

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11 



Contagious Diseises 

Contagious diseases reported in nineteen twenty sliow a 
marked increase over the previous year. This does not mean that 
this department has been lax, but proves that more work has 
been accomplished in finding cases and having them reported. 

The epidemic of measles which was exjierieneed this fall 
added largely to the total of communicable diseases. At the out- 
break of the epidemic strenuous efforts were made to keep it 
within control. It was soon found, however, that only a small 
proportion to the existing cases were seen by a physician or 
nurse; that none of these hidden cases were reported; that with- 
out the co-operation of the families containing this sickness, the 
proper control of the situation was impossible. A staff of four 
to six public health nurses working on the problem would soon 



BOARD OF HEALTH 115 

have the situation in hand. But having no such personnel, the 
work of lal5;ing all reports and recording them was the only course 
open to the department. 

Scarlet fever, which for a year has been endemic in the city, 
is controlled and no cases have been reported tor the last three 
months. The same difficulty was experienced in attempting to 
control this disease as in measles. Nearly all of the cases of scar- 
let fever which have been investigated have been of a mild form 
and many unseen by physicians or nurses. As a consequence the 
spread of it was inevitable. When a severe case developed from 
sources it was often reported and showed a new field in which it 
had been slowly spreading. 

The tuberculosis clinic operated by the New Hampshire Tuber- 
culosis Association and our department was responsible for report- 
ing some ninety-three cases of tuberculosis, or many times thcv 
rumber hitherto reported in a year. 

In reviewing the work accomplished by the department for 
the past year several facts should be noted. 

Expenditures were nominal, merely being enough to maintain 
the work that was already under way. It was practically impos- 
sible to undertake any new projects. In fact some of the work 
T^as discontinued due to the sentiment that no funds should be 
expended for transportation. To my mind this saving has been 
•'inwarranted and the city could ill afford to do without a syste- 
matic inspection of dairies. However, it is hoped that during 
the coming year sufficient funds should be provided for carrj-ing 
out this work. 

An expenditure of twenty-eight cents per capita is wholljr 
inadequate with which to carry out public health work on a com- 
prehensive scale, and until the people realize this fact the city 
can hope to make but little headway in reducing its infant mor- 
tality or even crude death rate. Mild eases of infectious diseases 
cannot be discovered and controlled until nurses are provided to- 
work along this line. "While the infant mortality rate for this- 
city is 97 deaths under one year per one thousand births, a figure 
about average, there are at present no prospects of it becoming 
very much less under the conditions. The infant mortality here 
should and can be reduced to sixty or thereabouts. It is a la- 
mentable fact to consider that annually an economic loss of ap- 
proximately one thousand dollars is needlessly shown, due ta 



116 €ITY OF BERLIN 

preventable deaths among infants. This jjroblem must be faced 
in the near future if the people of this city are to prove that 
as a community, they have its interests at heart. 

It is gratifying to observe that the laboratory of the depart- 
ment is becoming of more use to the community every year and 
that even as an investment it is showing results. The fact that 
this laboratory is able to handle the more common problems and 
give quicker service than others, is an asset to the community. 

Eventually the city will find it expedient to take over the 
tuberculosis work of the community. At present the work is 
being carried on by the New Hampshire Tuberculosis Association, 
a voluntary organization supported by funds solicited during cam- 
paigns. The city should appreciate the work against this disease 
and realize that even though the money for its support comes 
mostly from Coos County^ the initative of the association through 
its far-sightedness in organizing the system has placed a consid- 
erable obligation u23on us. 

This city cannot forever go on overlooking its inherent duties 
and failing to appreciate its responsibility to the people along 
public health lines. 

I have previously urged that the city adopt an up-to-date 
sanitary code in order to concentrate under this department all 
phases of health enforcement measures. At present such enforce- 
ment is divided and somewhat confused with the State depart- 
ment. A modern sanitary code would make a much more com- 
prehensive system for the regulation of nuisances, markets, gro- 
ceries, food shops, abbatoirs, and contagious diseases. A system 
of this kind would make a strict control over restaurants and 
bakeries possible and could provide for the periodical examination 
cf food handlers. Now it is impossible to compel individual medi- 
cal examination of restaurant and bakery employes without a 
well-founded suspicion, which is oftentimes lacking. Under 
existing conditions it is practically impossible to be assured that 
(tne's food is b.eing prepared by healthy individuals. So long as 
no efficient means for the control of these conditions is at hand, 
so long will consumers be subject to questionable practices in the 
handling of food products. Peox)le remark upon becoming cog- 
nizant of certain conditions, that "the Health Department can 
handle that;" but these same citizens are astounded wlien told 
that such a procedure is beyond municipal authority and that even 
though it is clearly evident that the condition exists, there is 



BOARD OF HEALTH 117 

evidently a loophole which makes the proper control impossible. 

It is obviously impossible for the State to properly control 
conditions as they should be controlled. Why then should the 
city sit by and attempt to dodge its responsibilities? 

The foregoing recommendations are meant to be taken as 
suggestive criticisms in that every condition noted is remediable. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

L. W. WELLINGTON, 

Health Officer. 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 

OF THE 

City of Berlin, N. H. 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

JANUARY 31, 1921 




ETHEL E. GOSS, Librarian 
JULIA LAFFIN, Assistant Librarian 



Report of Library Trustees 



Berlin, N. H., February 1, 1921. 

To His Honor, the Mayor, and the City Council of the City of 

Berlin. 
Gentlemen: 

The Board of Trustees of the Berlin Free Public Library 
herewith submit their twenty-eighth annual report, together with 
the Treasurer's statement and the Librarian's report. 

The Board has been handicapped for several years by lack 
of funds, but the appropriation this year will enable the library 
to increase its facilities and the number of books available to 
readers. 

Leading features of the work outlined for the coming year 
are closer co-operation with the schools and a campaign for 
Americanization. We hope to help in making good Americans 
out of foreigners and better Americans out of poor ones. Good 
books are a potent agency. 

Miss Grace Kingsland, Secretary of the Public Library Com- 
mission, Concord, N. H., inspected our library in June and again 
on January 25th. Her visits have been very helpful. 

The basement room formerly used for storage is being finished 
off and will be equipped for a reference room for school children. 
New books will be added as expedient. 

The Librarian's report shows a decrease in the circulation 
and the number of borrowers for last year. No doubt this is due 
to the fact that no new books were put in circulation the first 
of the year. The plan now in use is to add new books each month. 
A new set of encyclopedia and some helpful reference books will 
be available in a few weeks. 

Some books too badly worn to be in circulation and not of 
enough literary value to have rebound, and some old periodicals 



LIBEARY EEPORT 121 

of no value to the library, have been given to the Red Cross for 
distribution in camps and isolated homes. 

Miss Ethel Goss was appointed Librarian in November to 
fueceed Miss Lottie Kailey who resigned. Miss Kailey served 
the library very faithfully and acceptably for five years. Miss 
Agnes Mailman is Assistant Librarian and Miss Julia Laffin, Chil- 
dren's Librarian. 

The Treasurer's report shows a substantial balance, but this 
is all apportioned for books, improvements and current expenses 
to June first. 

Our appropriation is still below the average for cities of 
similar size, but the increase this year will enable the library to 
give better service and widen the scope of its activities. 

We ask the co-operation of the public to this end. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CAROLINE GORDON BROWN, 

KATE BARNEY McCRYSTLE, 

GEORGE F. LOVETT, 

Trustees. 



Treasurer's Statement 



January 31, 1920, to January 31, 1921. 

Receipts 

Balance on hand Jan. 31^ 1920 $ 967.87 

May 4, received fines from Librarian 40.00 

June 4, received fines from Librarian 20.00 

July 30, received on account appropriation 500.00 

August 2, received fines from Librarian 42.00 

September 9, received fines from Librarian 20.00 

October 6, received fines from Librarian 20.00 

November 1, received fines from librarian 20.00 

November 5, received on account appropriation 1,000.00 

December 7, received from sale of old papers and maga- 
zines 82.50 

December 7, received fines from Librarian 28.60 

December 16, received on account appropriation 1,000.00 

1921 

January 4, received fines from Librarian 28.35 

January 21, received on account appropiiation 2,000.00 



$5,769.32 

Disbursements 

Salaries $1,444.20 

Books, periodicals, papers, etc 1,002.14 

Heat, light, water rent, repairs 472.61 

Miscellaneous 122.77 

$3,041.72 

January 31, 1921, balance on hand 2,727.60 

$5,769.32 



Librarian's Report 



To the Board of Ti-ustees of the Free Public Library: 

The 28th annual report of the library for the year ending 

December 31, 1920, is herewith submitted. 

The r.eport for tlie year indicates the following facts: 

That the number of new borrowers has not increased as much 
as during the previous year. 

The number of volumes circulated has not increased, as com- 
pared with the previous year. The probable cause of this con- 
dition is the small number of new books acquired during the 
year. Books are now being added monthly to the library collec- 
tion, as an effort to meet the requirements of the reading public. 

Cards explaining the classification of books, as to subject 
matter, shelf labels, and an entire rearrangement of books upon 
the shelves, have been used as a means of calling to the atten- 
tion of tlie public the very good non-fiction resources of the 
library. 

Thirty-five new volumes have been purchased to add to the 
levised list of books approved for special reading by high school 
students. The high school faculty has been asked to inform the 
Librarian of new books desired for reference or reading by the 
students. 

Fourteen volumes of the best Eussian literature, in the orig- 
inal Eussian, have been put into circulation. A larger list of 
desirable books in French is now in preparation. 

Patrons of the library have been requested to make known 
their preference in regard to new reading material. There have 
iseen some resjionses, but more are earnestly solicited. 



324 CITY or BERLIN 

We wi^h to express to the friends of the library our thanlvs 
for their interest, and for their gifts. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ETHEL E. GOSS, 

Librarian. 



SUMMARY FOR YEAR 1920 

Number of volumes in circulation Dec. 31, 1920 10,790 

Number of volumes acquired during the year 246 

Increase by purchase 184 

Increase by gift 62 

Number of volumes rebound 126 

Number of volumes circulated during the year 35,546 

Number of volumes circulated from Adult Department 21,618 

Number of volumes circulated from Children's Department. 13,928 

Number of new borrowers 367 

Number of out of town borrowers 24 

Number of days open to the public during the year 306 

Number of hours open to the public iter week 36 

Circulation by Classes 

Fiction 27,332 

Philosophy 61 

Religion 8.'5 

Social Science 499 

Philology 6G 

Natural Science 386' 

Useful Arts 230 

Fine Arts 204 

Literature 870 

Satire 36 

History 581 

Travels 68& 

Biography 228' 

General 2,295 

35,546. 



LIBEAEY REPORT 



125 



Financial Report 

Balance from Dec. 31, 1919 $ 5.00 

Fines for 1920 245.45 

Reserves 4.92 

Books lost and paid for 5.10 

$260.47 

raid to Trustees $222.00 

Paid for incidentals 31.95 

$253.95 
Balance on hand Dec. 31, 1920 6.52 



$260.47 



Expenditures 

Gleaning $72.00 

Express and freight 3.34 

Sundries 19.08 

$94.42 

Received from Trustees on account $ 62.47 

Approved by Trustees, but not refunded 31.95 



Periodicals Received in 1920 



America, 2 copies, gift. 
American. 
American Boy. 
American City. 
American Cookery. 
American Forestry. 
Annals of Academy of Politi- 
cal and Social Science. 
Architectural Record. 
Atlantic Monthly. 
Bird Lore. 
Bookman. 
Boy's life. 
Canadian Magazine. 
Century. 
'C'olliers. 



Country Gentleman. 

Current History. 

Dearborn Independent, gift. 

Delineator. 

Dial. 

Education. 

Etude. 

Electrical World. 

General Federation Magazine, 

gift. 
Good Housekeeping. 
Harpers Monthly. 
House and Garden. 
Illustrated World. 
Independent. 
Industrial Management. 



126 



CITY OF B-ERLIN 



Journal of Political Economy. 
Ladies' Home Journal. 
Life. 

Literary Digest. 
Little Folks. 
Living Age. 
McClures Magazine. 
Munsey Magazine. 
Musician. 

Nation 's Business. 
National Geographic Maga- 
zine. 
New Republic. 
North American Review. 
Our Dumb Animals. 
Outlook. 



Outing. 

Popular Mechanics. 
Popular Science. 
Review of Reviews. 
Saturday Evening Post. 
Scientific American. 

Supplement. 
Scientific American 
Scribners Magazine. 
St. Nicholas Magazine. 
Survey. 
System. 

Woman's Home Companion. 
World's Work. 
Youth's Companion. 



Newspapers 



Berlin Reporter. 

Boston Evening Transcript. 

Boston Herald. 



Manchester Union. 
Springfield Republican, gift. 
New York Times. 



Library Magazines 



Book List. 
Book Review Digest. 
Cumulative Book Index. 
Library Journal. 



Public Libraries. 
Readers ' Guide to Periodical 
Literature. 



Report of City Clerk 



Berlin, N. H., January 31, 1921. 

To His Honor, the Mayor, and City Council of the City of Berlin. 
Gentlemen: 

I herewith submit my report as City Clerk for the year ending- 
January 31, 1921, which is as follows: 

I have collected for the City of Berlin and credited to the 
appropriate departments the following sums: 

Tax sales $ 598.8:; 

Interest on tax sales 100.71 

Public works 4,669.98 

Election expense 113.33 

Old city building 375.00 

Auto licenses 10,153.21 

Transfer Account (including taxi, pool room licenses, 

etc.) 893.90 

City Hall 212.00 

Dog licenses 705.65 

Cemetery 529.75 

Miscellaneous 28.27 

Parks and playgrounds 150.00 

Mason land 199.75 

$18,730.38 
Paid City Treasurer $18,730.38 

Eespectfully submitted, 

HENRY M. MOFFETT, 

City Clerk. 



128 CITY OF BERLIN 

Clerical Department 

Total amount of contents to date $ 932.75 

New City Building. 
Total amount of contents to date 7,487.15 

Old City Building. 
Total amount of contents to date 15.00 



Tax Collector's Report 

Berlin, N. H., February 3, 1921, 

To His Honor, the Mayor, and City Council of the City of Berlin. 
Gentlemen: 

I herewith submit my report as Tax Collector as follows: 

1920 

Amount committed $491,430.53 

Amount collected $486,334.06 

Aljount abated 1,409.91 

$487,743.97 $487,743.97 

Interest collected 357.48 

Poll taxes not committed 1,670.00 

Personal property not committed 42.38 

$ 2,069.86 2,069.86 



Amount paid to Treasurer $489,813.83 

Balance due on real estate, Feb. 1, 1921.. $ 2,581.27 

Balance due on poll taxes, Feb. 1, 1921 . . 654.00 

Balance due on stock in trade, Feb. 1, 1921 451.29 

Balance due the city, Feb. 1, 1921, for 

year 1920 $ 3,686.56 

Eespectfully submitted, 

ULEIC DUVAL, 

Tax Collector. 



Report of the City Sealer of 
Weights and Measures 

Berlin, N. H., February 3, 1921. 

To His Honor, the Mayor, and City Council of the City of Berlin: 

I herewith submit my report as City Sealer of Weights and 
Measures for the fiscal year ending January 31, 1921. 

Scales 

Tested and found correct 115 

Tested and adjusted li^ 

Tested and condemned 10 

Total 143 

Weights 

1 ested and found correct 1-12 

Tested and adjusted 13 

Tested and condemned 3 

Total 158 

Liciuid Measures 

Tested and found correct 19 

Gasoline and Kerosene Pumps 

Tested and found correct 32 

Tested and adjusted 15 

Tested and condemned 3 

Total 50 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES liU 

Package Reweiglmig 

Correct v^eight 236 

Under weight 22 

Over weight 5. 

Total 26:} 

Scale of Wood Cart Bodies 

Scaled aud found correct 14 

Coal Beweighing 

Tested aud found correct 4 

Tested and found over weight 2 

Tested and found under weight 4 

Total 10 

Yard Sticks 

Tested and found correct 8 

Respectfully submitted, 

ULRIC DUVAL, 
City Sealer of Weights and Measures. 



City Treasurer's Report 

Berlin, N. H., January 31, 1921. 

To His Honor, the Mayor, and Honorable City Council: 

I have the honor to submit the annual report of the Treasurer 
of the City of Berlin for the fiscal year ending January 31st, 1921, 
as follows: 

Receipts 

Cash on hand Jan. 31, 1920 $ 86,232.32 

Automobile taxes from City Clerk 10,153.21 

:Bills payable 95,000.00 

Board of Health, H. K. Mulford Co 34.05 

City Hall from City Clerk 212.00 

City Debt 16,401.48 

Contagious Diseases from Sanitary Department 54.04 

•Cemetery from City Clerk 529.75 

Election Expense from City Clerk 113.33 

Fire Department — 

From Town of Northumberland, N. H 362.41 

A. H. Sloane, junk sold 50.76 

From schools 15.00 

G. H. Crowell 27.80 

From Public Works 700.00 

From Town of Gorham 105.37 

Forest Fires from Grand Trunk E. R 20.00 

From State of New Hampshire 72.29 

A. Lapointe, Collector, abatement of 1916 taxes 272.00 

A. Lapointe, Collector, abatement of 1917 taxes 376.00 

A. Lapointe, Collector, abatement of 1919 taxes 70.30 

A. Lapointe, Collector, taxes 1919 4,555.27 

Ulric Duval, Collector, abatements 1920 1,409.91 

Ulric Duval, Collector, taxes 1920 486,334.06 



CITY TREASUREE'S REPORT IS.t 

Interest — • 

Berlin National Bank 2,341.0(> 

Interest on tax sales 100.71 

Interest on 1919 taxes 95.41 

Interest on 1920 taxes 357.48 

Mason Land, from Parks and Playgrounds 6.3.44 

From City Clerk 199.75 

Miscellaneous f I'om City Clerk 28.27 

Old City Building rent 375.0a 

Overlay 1920 taxes not committed 1,712.38 

Parks and Playgrounds from City Clerk 150.00 

Police Department, from Municipal Court 2,905.39 

From T. H. Samson, junk license 30.00' 

Public Works, from City Clerk 4,669.98 

From Fire Department 283.23 

From Cemetery 13.06 

From State of New Hampshire 7,645.12 

From error payroll 28.12 

From E. Corey & Co 16.05 

From Schools 672.65 

From West Milan State road 1,500.00 

From automobile taxes 8,600.22 

From Parks and Playgrounds 3,487.19 

From Portland Cement Co 280.79 

From Mack Motor Truck Co , 2.00- 

From Cemetery 140.75 

Real estate, from Transfer Account 1,196.80 

Schools, from dog licenses 705.65 

From tuition from Town of Milan 995.00 

From Tuition from Town of Gorham 16.38 

From tuition from H. L. Moore 10.00 

From Smith-Hughes Fund 355.00 

From State of New Hampshire 9,290.07 

From Burdett & Co 10.94 

Tax Sales, from City Clerk 598.83 

Transfer Account, from City Clerk 893.90 

From State of New Hampshire 218.84 

Unpaid payroll 77.44 

Total $753,168.25 



134 CITY OF BEELIN 

Disbursements 

Automobile taxes $ 8,600.22 

Bounty on animals 2.20 

Board of Health 4,686.59 

Bonds 32,000.00 

Bills payable 95.000.00 

City Hall 5,896.95 

City poor 934.60 

City stable 8,005.00 

Contagious diseases 54.04 

■County tax 24,870.32 

Cemetery 189.91 

Election expenses 3,830.01 

Fire Department 30,897.01 

Free beds 900.00 

Forest fires 172.06 

G. A. E 100.00 

Hydrants 1,640.00 

Interest 15,494.78 

Land for sidewalks 1,873.90 

Lighting streets 9,019.31 

Mason land 6,500.00 

Miscellaneous 3,521.39 

Old City Building 323.49 

Overdraft 1919 16,401.48 

Overlay 2,128.21 

Parks and playgrounds 15,420.39 

Police Department 24,701.57 

Printing and stationery 2,767.54 

Public Works 159,592.45 

Public Library 4,500.00 

Salaries 10,171.28 

Schools 121,929.64 

State bonus 4,728.00 

State tax 35,460.00 

St. Louis Hospital 300.00 

Tax sales •. 1 16.39 

N. H. State Guard 200.00 

Transfer account 1,196.80 



CITY TEEASURER'S REPORT 135 

West Milan State road 6,000.00 

Cash on hand Jan. 31, 1921 93,042.77 



$753,168.25 

Respectfully submitted, 

HARRY W. NOYES, 

City Treasurer. 



Financial Reports 



Municipal Regulations 



For the Payment of all Bills Against the City 

All bills against the city must be approved by the person 
authorizing the charges; and unless this is done no action can be 
taken upon the bill by the Committee on Accounts and Claims, 
cind no order will be given for its payment. When bills are cer- 
tified as to above, and left with the City Clerk not later than 12 
m., on the Saturday preceding the hrst Tuesday of each month, 
they will be audited by the Committee on Accounts and Claims, 
and if approved by them and allowed by the Council, will be ready 
tor payment on the following Thursday at the office of the City 
Treasurer. 

Meetings of the Committee on Accounts and Claims are held 
■on Monday preceding the first Tuesday of eaeli month, and the 
regular meetings of the City Council are held on the first Tuesday 
cf each month at 8 o 'clock p. m. 



Appropriations 



Bonds $ 32,000.00 

C'emetery 600.00 

City Hall 5,200.00 

City Poor 2,000.00 

County Tax 24,870.32 

Election Expenses 2,000.00 

Fire Department 28,000.00 

Forest Fires 200.00 

Free Beds in St. Louis Hospital 900.00 

Grand Army 100.00 

Hydrants 4,000.00 

Interest 13,500.00 

Lighting Streets 9,500.00 

Miscellaneous 6,000.00 

New Hampshire State Guard 200.00 

Printing and Stationery 2,500.00 

Police 25,000.00 

Public Library 4,500.00 

Public Works Department 135,000.00 

Salaries 10,000.00 

Board of Health 4,500.00 

Schools 110.000.00 

State Tax 35,460.00 

St. Louis Hospital 300.00 

West Milan State Koad 1,000.00 

Land for Sidewalks 1,151.50 

State Bonus 4,728.00 

Overdraft 1919 16,401.48 



Total .i!479,611.30 



Inventory of City Property 

Real Estate 

Ward Four voting place $ 500.00 

School Department 209,000.00 

Old City Building and land 5,000.00 

New City Building and land 105,000.00 

Shoe factory land 12,000.0(1 

Land in ' ' Narrows " 750.00 

Detention Hospital, incinerator and land 14,750.00 

Hose Co. No. 1 and land at Berlin Bills 500.00 

Central Fire Station and lang 30,000.00 

Public Library and land 20,000.00 

Stewart & Snodgrass lot and building 6,000.00 

Cascade Fire Station (i^ with Town of Gorham) 1,000.00 

Old Pest House lot 200.00 

Coos Street lot 75.00 

Two lots near Coos Street 500.00 

Total $405,275.00 

Personal Property 

School Department $ 15,000.00' 

Street Department 40,284.88 

Police Department 3, .365.70 

Fire Department 31,915.18 

Clerical Department 932.75 

Board of Health Department 1,251.9^ 

Old City Building contents 15.00 

New City Building contents 7,487.15 

Cascade Fire Station (1/2 Town of Gorham) 900.00 

Total ; $101,152.62 

Inventory of real estate $405,275.00 

Inventory of personal property 101,152.62 

Cost of sewer system 157,388.4.5 

Total $663,816.07 



Bills Payable 



Credit 

May 7, 1920. 
Note, Fourth Atlantic National Bank $ 15,000.00 

May 27, 1920. 
:\ranehester Safety Deposit & Trust Co 35,000.00 

June 23, 1920. 
Tremont Trust Co 20,000.00 

July 2, 1920. 
Old Colony Trust Co 25,000.00 

$ 95,000.00 



Debit 

October 19, 1920. 
Old Colony Trust Co.— Note due Oct. 14 $ 25,000.00 

November 23, 1920. 
Manchester Safety Deposit & Trust Co. — Note due Dec. 

1, 1920 35,000.00 

Tremont Trust Co.— Note due Dec. 1, 1920 20,000.00 

Fourth Atlantic National Bank^Note due Dec. 1, 1920 15,000.00 



$ 70,000.00 



County Tax 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 24,870.32 

Debit 

October 5, 1920. 
County of Coos — On account of taxes $ 10,000.00 

November 5, 1920. 
County of Coos — Balance of taxes 14,870..")2 



Bounty on Animals 



Credit 

January 31, 1921. 
Overdraft $ 2.20 



Debit 

July 13, 1920. 
H. W. Noyes — Paid bounty on seven hedgehogs $ 1.40 

October 26, 1920. 
H. W. Noyes — Bounty paid on two hedgehogs .40 

November 16, 1920. 
H. W. Noyes — Paid bounty on two hedgehogs .40 



Bondi 



June 8, 1920. 
Approjiriation . . 



Credit 



$ :;2, 000.00 



Debit 

March 16, 1920. 
Manchester Safety Deposit & Trust Co. — City of Ber- 
lin 4% bonds due April 1, 1920 .$ 4,500.00 

May 25, 1920. 
National Shavvniut Bank — City of Berlin ^14% bonds 

due $3,000 annually 3,000.00 

June 15, 1920. 
Manchester Safety Deposit & Trust Co. — 'Payment on 

July 1, 1919, City of Berlin 4i^% bonds 5,000.00 

Manchester Safety Deposit & Trust Co. — iPaj^ment on 

July 1, 1916, City of Berlin 4% bonds 2,000.00 

Old Colony Trust Co.— Payment on July 1, 191:!, City 

of Berlin 4i^% bonds 7, 300. 00 



$ 14,500. jO 

October 12, 1920. 
Old Colony Trust Co. — Payment on Nov. 1, 1910, City 

of Berlin 41/2% bonds 5,000. ()(i 

November 30, 1920. 
E. H. Rollins & Sons— Bonds due Dec. 1, 1920 5,000.' 



City Debt 



Credit 

November 29, 1920. 
Overdraft 1919 $ 16,401.48 

March, 1920. 
Bonds paid 4,500.00 

May, 1920. 
Bonds paid 3,000.00 

June, 1920. 
Bonds paid 14,500.00 

October, 1920. 
Bonds paid 5,000.00 

November, 1920. 
Bonds paid 5,000.00 

January 31, 1921. 
Balance from Transfer Account 10,176.28 

January 31, 1921. 
Balance city lebt 172,421.79 

$230,999.55 



Debit 



February 1, 1920. 
Balance $230,999.55 



Cemetery 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 

Appropriation $ 600.00 

Lots and digging graves 529.75 

$ 1,129.75 



Debit 

Total expenditure $ 189.91 

Transfer Account amount unexpended 939.84 

$ 1,129.75 

February 3, 1920. 
Department of Public Works — Stakes, cement; black- 
smith work done during 1919 $ 13.06 

ilarch 30, 1920. 
Brown Co. — 12 square feet blue print .97 

November 2, 1920. 
G. H. Cro well— Pipe and labor 2.63 

January 18, 1921. 
Public Works Dept. — Digging graves in cemetery, 1920 140.75 



Old City Building 



Credit 

January 31, 1921. 
Rent $ 375.00 



Debit 

Total expenditure $ 323.4(t 

Transfer Account, amount unexpended 51.51 

$ 375.00 

March 2, 1920. 
Bean & Bean — Insurance $ 20.00 

March 16, 1920. 
Bean & Bean — Insurance 60.00 

May 4, 1920, 
Berlin Water Co. — Water rent 4.87 

July 13, 1920. 
Androscoggin Dairy Co. — One-half of painting Old 

City Building paid by city 47.00 

August 17, 1920. 
Berlin Water Co. — Water rent 4.87 

October 12, 1920. 
Berlin Water Co. — Water rent 4.87 

October 26, 1920. 
Alfred Lauziere — For labor, painting, papering and 

cleaning Old City Building -15.60 

O. A. Dussault — Paper, paste, etc., for Old City Build- 
ing 25. 7S 

Mike McLaughlin— Labor, supplies. Old City Building lOy.fi:; 



$ 177.01 
January 18, 1921. 
Berlin Water Co. — Water rent $ 4.87 



City Hall 



Credit 

Juue 8, 1920. 

Appropriation $ 5,200.00 

January 31, 1921. 

Letting Assembly Hall 212.00 

Overdraft to Transfer Account .- 484.95 

$ 5,896.95 



Debit 

February .3, 1920. 

W. W. Webb— Janitor one week $ 25.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — lighting City Hall one 

month .37.25 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Council Chamber 2.75 

Eli J. King— Blue .2a 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal 315.48 

E. N. Whitcomb — Eepairing clock 1.50 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for January 2.40 

Coos Telephone Co.— Service, Tax Collector 2.8a 

$ 387.38: 
February 10, 1920. 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service $ 2.20' 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Hooks; labor re- 
pairing radiators 9.80 

G. H. Holt Electric Co.— One leader 2.40 

W. W. Webb— Janitor one week 25.0a' 



$ 39.401 
February 17, 1920. 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lamps $ 5.9a' 

W. W. Webb — Janitor one week 25.0a 

$ 30.90. 



148 CTTY OF BERLIN 

Ftibruary 24, 1920. 

W. W. "Webb — Janitor one week $ 25.00 

March 2, 1920. 

Twin State Gas «fc Electric Co. — Lighting one month. . . $ 36.49 

J. E. Parent — ^Supplies 1.05 

Howard Clock Co. — Tower clock oil 1.33 

"W. W. Webb — Janitor one week 25.00 



$ 63.87 

March 10, 1920. 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Tax Collector $ 2.80 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Council Chamber 3.25 

Coos Telephone Co.— Toll .35 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — One set casters, 

hammer 1.80 

Curtis Hardware Store — ^Supplies 9.85 

W. W. Webb — Janitor one week 25.00 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice 2.40 



$ 45.45 



March 16, 1920. 
W. W. Webb— Janitor one week $ 25.00 

March 23, 1920. 

W. W. Webb — Janitor one week $ 25.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lamps 7.08 



$ 32.08 

March 30, 1920. 

W. W. Webb — Janitor one week $ 25.00 

April 6, 1920. 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Council Chamber $ 2.75 

Eli J. Bang — Broom, powder, polish 45.68 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month . . 29.02 
People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Cotton hose and 

cork carpet 192.50 

Curtis Hardware Store — One snow shovel 1.25 

W. W. Webb — Janitor one week 25.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service, Tax Collector 2.75 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for March 2.70 

$ 301.65 



CITY HALL 149 



April 13, 1920. 

W. "\Y. Webb — Janitor one week 

Eiva & Stanley Co. — One faucet, City Building. 
Coos Telephone Co. — Tolls 



$ 


2.5.00 




2.75 




3.30 



31.05 



April 20, 1920. 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending April 17, 1920 $ 25.00 

April 27, 1920. 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending April 24, 1920 $ 28.00' 

May 4, 1920. 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Tax Collector $ 2.85 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service, Council Chamber 2.75 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lamps 5.20 

C. B. Dolge Co.— Cleanser 3.55 

Eli J. King — Supplies .25 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. 32.45 

Berlin Water Co. — Water rent 42.17 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending May 1, 1920 28.0a 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for April 2.4a 

Coos Telephone Co.— Tolls 5.30 



$ 124.92 



May 11, 1920. 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending May 8, 1920 $ 28.00 

G. H. Holt Electric Co. — One green shade .40 



$ 28.40 

May 18, 1920. 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— 8,240 pounds coal $ 57.68 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending May 15, 1920 28.00' 



$ 85.68 

May 25, 1920. 

Berlin Second Hand Store — Table for vault $ 2.00 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending May 22, 1920 28.00 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 4.20 

$ 34.20 



150 CITY OF BERLIN 

June 1, 1920, 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending May 29, 1920 $ 28.00 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Wood, City Hall 14.50 



$ -42.50 

June 8, 1920. 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for City Hall $ 3.90 

Eli J. King — Broom and soap 1.99 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.- Lighting City Building 30.60 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^^Service, Council Chamber 2.75 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending June 5 28.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Tax Collector 2.75 

Coos Telephone Co. — Tolls, City Treasurer 2.00 



$ 71.99 
June 15, 1920. 

'Curtis Hardware Store — Paint, nails, hinges .$ 2.17 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending June 12, 1920 . 28.00 



$ 30.17 

June 22, 1920. 

Alfred Lauziere — Lumber, trucking and labor on lock- 
ers in Assembly Hall $ 6.70 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending June 19 28.00 



$ 34.70 



June 29, 1920. 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending June 26 $ 28.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lamps 7.40 

'C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal, 3,500 pounds 26.69 



$ 62.09 

July 6, 1920. 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending July 3, 1920 ^ 28.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Tax Collector 2.75 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Council Chamber 2.75 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for June 3.90 

Gendron & King— Labor and supplies 22.75 

$ 60.15 



CITY HALL 151 

July 13, 1920. 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ .30.91 

Eiva & Stanley Co.— Supplies 2.98 

W. W. WeTjb — Janitor week ending July 10 28.00 



$ 61.89 
July 20, 1020. 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending July 17 $ 28.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lamps 7.55 



July 27, 1920. 



35.55 



Curtis Hardware Co. — Supplies $ 2.45 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending July 24 28.00 



$ 80.45 

August 3, 1920. 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending July 31 $ 28.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service, Council Chamber 2.75 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting City Hall one 

month 27.59 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Tax Collector 2.75 



$ 61.09 

August 10, 1920. 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for July $ 3.90 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending August 7 28.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting City Hall 

July 7 to August 5 30.73 

M. F. Bragdon Paint Co. — Floor dressing and rose mist 10.00 



$ 72.63 

August 17, 1920. 

Berlin Water Co.— Water rent $ 32.37 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending August 14 28.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co— Lamps 7.30 

$ 67.67 



152 CITY OF BEELIN 

August 24, 1920. 

E. J. King — Toilet paper $ 14.00 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending August 21 28.00 



$ 42.00 
August 31, 1920. 

S. G. Youngcliss — Two bulletin boards, one bookcase.. $ 87.60 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending August 28 28.00 



$ 115.60 
September 7, 1920. 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for August $ ;190 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service, Tax Collector's office... 2.75 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending September 4 28.00 

Louis Fournier — Safe, Tax Collector's office 150.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lamps 6.50 

Eli J. King — ^Broom, soap 2.95 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Council Chamber 2.75 



$ 196.85 



September 14, 1920. 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending September 11.... $ 28.00 

G. H. Holt Electric Co— Eepairs. . .50 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting 35.82 



September 21, 1920. 



64.;i2 



W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending Sept. 18 $ 28.00 

Mike McLaughlin — Fixing ceiling. City Hall 36.75 

Alfred Lauziere — Labor, lumber, nails, trucking. City 

Hall 29.64 



$ 94.39 

September 28, 1920. 

C. N. Hodgdon Co. — Coal $ 33.57 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co — Lamps 8.10 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending September 25, 1920 28.00 

$ 69.67 



CITY HALL 153 

Oetober 5, 1920. 

Mrs. O. Legere — Sub. for janitor 15 days at $2 $ 30.00 

Bean & B'ean — Insurance on City Hall and furniture.. 440.00 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending October 2, 1920.. 28.00 

J. r. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for September 3.30 

J. A. Vaillancourt — Insurance on City Hall and fur- 

• niture 440.00 

Eli J. King — Soap 1.53 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Three ash cans.. 14.25 

Brown Co. — Paint and turpentine 9.90 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 10.10 



$ 977.08 



October 12, 1920. 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Tax Collector $ 2.85 

Fred A. Brown — Painting ceiling City Hall 23.30 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending October 9, 1920. . . 28.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Council Chamber 2.75 

Berlin Water Co.— Water rent 23.55 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting 30.73 

Woodward & Gerrish — Insurance on City Hall 160.00 



$ 271.18 
October 19, 1920. 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending October 16, 1920. . $ 28.00 

Kiva & Stanley Go. — Eepairing fountain 12.35 



$ 40.35 
October 26, 1920. 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending October 23, 1920.. $ 28.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — ^Lamps 3.00 



.$ 31.00 

November 2, 1920. 
Mrs. Alma Montminy — Assisting janitor 13i/^ liours at 

35 cents $ 4.7."> 

G. H. Crowell — Supplies 8.57 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lamps 4.6.5 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending October 30, 1920. . 28.00 

Charles D. MacLean — Lamps 13.40 

$ 59.35 



154 CITY OF BEELIN 

November 9, 1920. 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Council Chamber $ 2.75 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service, Tax Collector 2.75 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co — Lighting one month.. 50.35 

C. N. Hodgflon Co.— Coal 1 70.19 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending November 6, 1920. 28.00 



$ 254.04 
November 16, 1920. 

Agnes Larochelle — Cleaning, 20 hours $ 7.00 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for October 3.60 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending November 13, 1920 28.00 



$ 38.60 

November 23, 1920. 

W. AV. Webb— Janitor week ending November 20, 1920 $ 28.00 

Agnes Larochelle — Cleaning, 30 hours 10.50 

Coos Telephone Co. — Toll call and moving telephone 

C. C. office 4.10 

Frank Fournier — Freight and trucking 10.54 

Curtis Hardware Store — 'Supplies 1.75 



$ 54.89 
November 30, 1920. 

West Disinfecting Co. — Ten cases paper towels $ 133.65 

Joseph H. Eoy— Wood '. l.'i.OO 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending November 27, 1920 28.00 

Agnes Larochelle — Cleaning, 30 hours 10.50 



$ 185.15 

December 7, 1920. 

Simon Stahl & Son— Coal $ 38.30 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Council Chamber 2.75 

Curtis Hardware Store — ^Shellac, brush and denatured 

alcohol 10.50 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lamps 2.40 

Eli J. King — Mops and hose 36.76 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal 205.86 

W, W. Webb— Janitor week ending December 4, 1920. 28.00 

Agnes Larochelle — Cleaning City Hall, 30 hours. 10.50 



CITY HALL 155 



J. F. Bell & Sons Co. — Ice for November 3.15 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Serviee, Tax Collector 2.75 



$ 340.97 
December 14, 1920. 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal .$ 89.43 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending December 11, 1920 28.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month . . 52.29 

Coos Telephone Co. — Tolls 2.30 

Agnes Larochello — Cleaning, 16 hours 5.60 



$ 177.62 

December 21, 1920. 

Mary Sirois — 'Washing and ironing two flags $ 1.00 

Mary Sirois — Fifteen hours, Cleaning City Hall 5.51 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending December 18, 1920 28.00 

Eiva & Stanley Co. — Labor, supplies 5.98 

Alfred Lauziere — Labor, trucking and nails, laying 

floor on porch City Hall 26.66 



$ 67.15 
December 28, 1920. 
Mary Sirois — ^Balance due from last week and clean- 
ing, week ending December 25, 1920 $ 16.50 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 8.35 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending December 25, 1920 28.00 



.$ 52.85 

January 4, 1921. 

'Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Tax Collector $ 2.75 

Mary Sirois — Cleaning 11.00 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending January 1, 1921.. 28.00 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — ^Supplies 1.45 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal 124.30 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co — Ice for December 3.75 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, Council Cliamber 2.85 

W. & J. Supply Co.— Lamps 20.96 

Simon Stahl & Son— Coal 73.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Supplies 4.30 

$ 272.36 



156 CITY OF BEELIN 

January 11, 1921. 

Mary Sirois— Cleaning, 30 hours $ 1 1.00 

W. W. Webb — Janitor week ending January 8, 1921 . . -S.OO 

G. H. Holt Electric Co. — Labor, supplies 7.00 

J, E. Parent— Supplies ••.90 



$ 49.99 



January 18, 1921. 

Simon Stahl & Son— Coal $ 303.T)0 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 7.50 

Berlin Water Co. — Water rent 31.6/' 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting 56.61 

Mary Sirois — Cleaning, 30 hours 11.00 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending January 15, 1921. . 28.00 



$ 438.68 



January 25, 1921. 

Mary Sirois — Cleaning, 30 hours V 11. Od 

W. W. Webb— Janitor week ending January 22, 1921. . 28.00 



$ 39.00 



City Poor 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 2,000.00 

Debit 

lotal expenditure $ 934.60 

Transfer Aocount, amount unexpended 1,065.40 

$ 2,000.00 

February 10, 1920. 
11. A. St. Laurent — Ambulance for Mrs. Couture $ 4.00 

March 2, 1920. 
Lazare Bisson — Board of Joseph Bisson's children one 

month 28.00 

George Boire — Board and care of one child of Joseph 

Bisson 14.00 

Henry Therrien — Board, Mrs. F. Couture one month . . . 25.00 

$ 67.00 

March 10, 1920. 

H. E. Wilkinson, M. D. — Professional services $ 12.00 

•St. Louis Hospital — Telephone, Mrs. Couture and one 

auto trip 2.50 



$ 14.50 

April 6, 1920. 

Henry Therrien — Care and board Mrs. F. Couture 24.00 

April 13, 1920. 

St. Patrick's Orphanage — ^Board and care of Man- 

gan children three months $ 36.00 



158 CITY OF BERLIN 

Lazare Bisson — ^One month's board, children of Joseph 

Bisson, Marcdi 1 to April 1 28.00 

Lazare Bisson — Board of Bisson children from Feb. 1 

to March 1 28.00 



$ 92.00 

May 18, 1920. 
Henry Therrien — Care and board of Mrs. F. Couture to 

April 27 $ 24.00 

Lazare Bisson — Board of children of Joseph Bisson 

from April 1 to May 1 28.00 



$ 52.00 

May 25, 1920. 
Henry Therrien— Bill of Mrs. Couture $ 12.00 

June 1, 1920. 
George Boire — ^Board of one child of Joseph Bisson, 

three months , $ 21.00 

June 8, 1920. 
Lazare Bisson — Board of children of Joseph Bisson 

from May 1 to June 1, 1920 $ 28.00 

June 15, 1920. 
Joseph Couture — -One month's board, Mrs. F. Couture $ 24.00 

July 6, 1920. 
Lebanon Bros. — 'Supplies, Mrs. F. Couture $ 12.00 

July 13, 1920. 
Joseph King — Wood, Mrs. E. Michaud $ 7.50 

July 20, 1920. 
Joseph Couture — One month 's board, Mrs. F. Couture $ 24.00 

August 3, 1920. 
Lazare Bisson — Board of children of Joseph Bisson one 

month to July 1 $ 28.00 

August 10, 1920. 
Lazare Bisson — ^Board of Bisson children one month.. $ 28.00 

August 17, 1920. 
Joseph H. King— *Wood, E. Miehaud $ 4.25 

August 24, 1920. 

Eli J. King — Groceries, E. Michaud $ 11 7.05 

Celestine Lacroix — Two nu)nths' rent, E. Michaud.... 24.00 

$ 141.05 



CITY POOE 159 

August 31, 1920. 

George Boire — -Board and eare of one child of Joseph 

Bisson three months $ 21.00 

Joseph Couture — One month's board, Mrs. F. Couture. 24.00 

$ 45.00 

September 21, 1920. 
Joseph Couture — Eoom and board, Mrs. F. Couture... $ 24.00 

October 19, 1920. 
Theodore Vachon — One month's rent for Ferdinand 

Dumas $ 8.50 

October 26, 1920. 
Joseph Couture — Board and room, Mrs. M. Couture, one 

month $ 24.00 

November 2, 1920. 
George Boire — Board and care of one cliild of J()se)>h 

Bisson one month .■!! 14.00 

Lazare Bisson — Board of children of Joseph Bisson, 

August to September 28.00 

Lazare Bisson — Board of children of Joseph Bisson 

from September to November 56.00 

J. H. King— Wood, F. Dumas 8.50 

$ 106.50 
November 9, 1920. 

Theodore Vachon — One numth 's rent for F. Dumas... $ S.50 

November 2.1, 1920. 
Joseph Couture — Board and room, Mrs. M. Couture, 

eight days $ 8.80 

November 30, 1920. 
Thomas McCready — Board, Mrs. F. Couture, one month $ 24.00 

J. H. King — One cord wood for T. Dumas 18.00 

$ 42.00 

December 7, 1920. 

Theodore Vachon — One month's rent, T. Dumas $ 8.50 

December 14, 1920. 
Amedee Lapointe — Taking Mrs. Couture to hospital.. $ 1.00 

Januarv 4, 1921. 



160 CITY OF BERLIN 

Oeorge Boire — Board and care of one child of Joseph 

Bissou one month $ 14.00 

January 11, 1921. 
Lazare Bisson — Board and care of children of Joseph 

Bisson, Deeem'ber to January $ 21.00 

Lazare Bisson — ^^Board and care of children of Joseph 

Bisson, Novemiber to December 21.00 

Joseph H. King— Wood, F. Dumas 10.00 

Theodore Vachon — One month's rent, F. Dumas 8.50 

$ 60.50 



Election Expense 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 2,000.00 

January 31, 1921. 
Eent 110.33 

January 31, 1921. 

Error 3.00 

•Overdraft to Transfer Account 1,716.6.8 



$ 3,830.01 



Debit 

February 10, 1920. 
George Daneous — Posting notices for primary election $ 3.00 

W. J. Halle — Posting notices for primary election.... 3.00 



$ 6.00 
March 2, 1920. 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting, Ward 4 $ 1.90 

Barney-Eeporter Press — Warrants 6.00 



$ 7.90 

Marcli 10, 1920. 

Ward One— Payroll .$ 102.00 

Ward One— Payroll 39.00 

Ward Two— Payroll 81.00 

Ward Three — ^Payroll and cleaning 117.2,5 

Ward Three— Payroll 36.00 

Ward Four- Payroll 42.00 

Ward Four— Payroll 60.00 



162 CITY OF BERLIN 

Salvation Army — Fuel used during Supervisors' ses- 
sion and election 5.00 



$ 482.2.3 

March 16, 1920. 

Franklin Printery — Printing check lists, Ward One... $ 88.00 

Franklin Printery — Printing check lists, Ward Three. 35.50 

Franklin Printery — ^Printing check lists, Ward Four.. 2.5.50 

Payroll— Ward Two 60.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lamps 1.92 

Alfred Lauziere — Repairing booths and trucking 12.50 



$ 173.42 

March 23, 1920. 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Sawdust * .50 

Barney-Reporter Press — Check lists, Ward Two 37.50 

Ward Four— Balance of payroll 12.00 

Alfred Lauziere — ^One ink pad. . .50 



$ 50.50 

March 30, 1920. 

Barney-Reporter Press^Advertising ballots $ 25.00 

April 6, 1920. 
Henry C. Olson — ^One box lamps, Ward Four polling 

Place $ 1.50 

G. H. Holt Electric Co.— Lamps, Ward Three 1.28 

Twin State Gns & Electric Co.— Lighting Ward Four. .90 

Franklin Printery — Printing ballots for election 37. 0> 



$ 40.6S 

April 20, 1920. 

A. N. McCready — Lock and liasps tor Ward Four Poll- 
ing place $ 1-40 

May 4, 1920. 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — 'Lighting Ward Four 

polling place $ .90 

Universalist Ladies' Circle — Meals to election oflS.cers. 75.00 

$ 75.90 



ELECTION EXPENSE 16.'i 



Juue 8, 1920. 



Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting Ward Four. . $ .90 

Supervisors Ward Four — Posting notices and three 

days ' session 27.00 

Supervisors Ward Four — Posting notices and three 

days ' session 27.00 



June 15, 1920. 



54.90 



Payroll Ward Two — Posting notices and three days' 

session $ 36.00 

July 6, 1920. 
George Daneous — Posting notices for direct primaries $ a.0(> 

July 13, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting Ward Four 

one month $ 90 

W. J. Halle — Posting i)rimarv notices ;5.00 



$ 3.90 

August 3, 1920. 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting Ward Four 

one month ,^ 90 

August 31, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting Ward Four 

one month | 90 

September 7, 1920. 
Barney-Eeporter Press— 100 filing blanks $ 2.^5' 

September 14, 1920. 

Smith-Poley Press— Check list. Ward Two $ 66.75 

Stahl-Clarke Co. — Ten yards poplin 10.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Use of auto delivering ballots 4.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Labor making new booths, hardware 

and truckina: err ^r- 

* Ot .DO • 

Payroll— Ward One 135.00^ 

Payroll— Ward Two 14100' 

Payroll— Ward Tliree [ 

Payroll — Ward Four 

Mark C. Frost — Election supplies 



111.00 

96.65 

.80 



$ 652.85. 



164 CITY OF BERLIN 

September 21, 1920. 

Barney-Reporter Press— 25 cheek lists, Ward Three... $ 52.00 

Barney-Reporter Press — 25 check lists, Ward Pour.... 52.00 

Brown Co. — Voting place, Ward Four, lumber 21.34 

Universalist Ladies' Circle — Meals to election officers $ 72.00 

iLiuiher Buber Sons Co. — One barrel sawdust .50 



$ 197.84 

Septem'ber 28, 1920. 
"Mrs. Mary Collins — Cleaning kindergarten hall after 

election $ 7.00 

Smith-Poley Press — Check lists. Ward One 66.75 

-Barney-Reporter Press — Printing 12 cards for wards 

-for Fred Rose 3.75 



$ 77.50 

October 12, 1920. 

Fred A. Brown — 'Painting ibooths $ 48.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Labor making voting booths and one 
ballot box. Wards One, Two and Three; hardware 

and trucking 198.91 

Brown Co. — Lumber 193.16 

Stahl-Clarke Co. — 47% yards denion for voting booths 24.05 
Alfred Lauziere — Labor in Old City Building, enlarg- 
ing hall, hardware and trucking 83.88 



$ 548.00 



90 



189.00 



October 26, 1920. 
Twin State Gas Sc Electric Co. — Lighting Ward 4, Aug- 
ust 26 to September 11 $ 

November 2, 1920. 
Barney-Reporter Press — Advertising ballots in Re- 
porter $ 

November 9, 1920. 

Mark C. Frost — ^Oil, nails, pencils $ 1.55 

Alfred Lauziere — Labor on No. 2 Fire Station 8.75 

Alfred Lauziere — Repairing booths for election 46.80 

Alfred Lauziere — Distributing and collecting ballots.. 8.00 

Barney-Reporter Press — Check lists, Ward Four 63.00 

Barney-Reporter Press — 12 warrants 5.50 



ELECTION EXPENSE 16;> 

Barney -Reporter Press — Check lists, Ward Two 81.50 

Alfred Lauziere — Pine and sawdust 2.10 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Wood, Wards One and Two 9.00 



$ 226.20 
November 16, 1920. 

Smith-Poley Press— Check lists. Ward Three $ 78.00 

Smith-Poley Press— Check lists, Ward One 100.00 



$ 178.00 
November 23, 1920. 

Harry W. Noyes — Ballot Inspector $ .3.00 

Payroll Ward One — November election 156.00 

Payroll Ward Four — •November election 144.25 

Payroll Ward Three — November election 63.00 

Payroll Ward Three — Gate tenders, November election 12.00 

Payroll Ward Two — November election 69.00 

Payroll Ward Three — Balance 63.00 

Payroll Ward Two — Supervisors 126.00 

Universalist Circle — 100 meals to election officers 75.00 

Payroll Ward One — Balance 24.00 

Curtis Hardware Store — Pencils, twine, paper 1.0& 

Brown Co. — Wood, Ward Three 4.50 

Mrs. Mary Collins — Cleaning Ward Three voting place 7.00 



$ 747.80 

November 30, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lamps $ 14.40 

December 21, 1920. 
Henry C. Olson — Labor and supplies, voting booths. . . $ 32.62 



Fire Department 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 28,000.00 

January 31, ]921. 
Credits from different sources 1,261.34 

January 31, 1921. 
Overdraft to Transfer Ar-eoinit 1,635.67 



$ 30,897.01 



Debit 



February 3, 1920. 

Hose Co. No. 2— Payroll $ 62.61 

Cascade Hose Co.— Payroll 60.00 

Hook and Ladder Co.— Payroll 70.28 

Central Fire Station— Payroll 233.00 

Hose Co. No. 1— Pnvroll 141.30 



$ 567.19 

February 10, 1920. 
"Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Central Fire Station, 

lighting $ 8.32 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— B. M. Station 5.87 

Central Fire Station— Payroll 233.00 

Brown Co. — Supplies 19.35 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Central Station, power 2.69 

Andrew Hanou — Two blankets, soap and strajis 17.00 

Brown Co. — Labor, supplies 9.75 

City Garage Co.— Oil 2.70 

Berlin Water Co. — -Water rent 7.93 

Berlin Water Co.— Water rent 25.00 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 167 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 10.85 

Berlin Water Co.— Water rent 10.50 

Berlin Water Co. — Moving- hydrants 50.06 

Dept. of Public Works — Work done during 1919 and 

cement 283.23 

F. B. Coffin— Hay 366.30 

$ 1,052.55 

February 17, 1920. 

Central Fire Station— Payroll $ 233.00 

C. W. Mackay — Labor and paint 69.50 

Armour & Co. — Washing powder 6.06 

Woodward & Gerrish — Insurance on hose house 3.00 

$ 311.56 

February 24, 1920. 

Payroll— Regular men $ 205.00 

March 2, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting Central Sta- 
tion $ 5.09 

Hose Co. No. 2— Payroll 62.61 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1— Payroll 70.28 

Hose Co. No. 1— Payroll 141.30 

Central Fire Station— Payroll 205.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Power 2.52 

John Goebel & Sons— Salt 1.96 

Tvidn State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting B. M. Station 3.31 



$ 492.07 



March 10, 1920. 

Central Fire Station— Payroll $ 205.00 

Henry C. Olson — Labor, supplies 323.37 

H. A. St. Laurent— Oats 29.38 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Tar paper 3.60 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 12.34 



.$ 573.69 

March 16, 1920. 

Central Fire Station— Payroll $ 205.00 

D. S. Elliott — Fire extinguishers and rubber coats.... 131.10 

$ 336.10 



168 CITY OF BERLIN 

March 23, 1920. 

Lutlier Buber Sons Co. — One sled pole $ 2.95 

Central Fire Station — Payroll 221.00 

Elias Moses — Supplies 43.26 

$ 267.21 
March 30, 1920. 

C. B. Dolge — Soap dispensers $ ,5.00 

Central Fire Station — Payroll 270.16 

$ 275.16 
April 6, 1920. 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies $ 23.80 

Young's Laundry — Laundry 15.80 

Brown Co. — Supplies 37.04 

Peter Cote — Labor, supplies 5.70 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Light and power 8.7H 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1 — Payroll 70.28 

Central Fire Station — ^Payroll 195.87 

Hose Co. No. 2 — Payroll 62.61 

Hose Co. No. 1 — Payroll 141.30 

Henry C. Olson — Labor and supplies in March 582.15 

$ 1,143.31 
April 13, 1920. 

Central Fire Station — ^Payroll $ 233.00 

East Side Meat & Grocery Co. — Oats 31.25 

City Garage Co. — Labor, supplies 30.14 

$ 294.39 
April 20, 1920. 

Central Fire Station — Payroll $ 261.00 

Grand Trunk R. R. — Freight 8.64 

$ 269.64 

April 27, 1920. 

Toohey Auto Co. — On account on auto chemical $ 1,000.00 

Central Fire Station — ^Payroll week ending April 24, 

1920 265.00 

$ 1,265.00 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 169- 

May 4, 1920. 

John Goebel & Sons — -Feedj oats $ 22.75 

Berlin Mills Co. — Oats 14.95 

Rowell & Houston — Labor, supplies 95.70 

W. A. Pickford — Labor, supplies, painting fire station. . 165.71 

Cascade Hose Co. — Payroll ;^6.00 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1 — Payroll 70.28 

Hose Co. No. 2 — Payroll 62.61 

Hose Co. No. 1 — 'Payroll 141.30 

Alfred H. Sloane — Freight paid 1.96, 

Simon Stahl & Son — Fuel 30.04 

The Frank Smith Co. — ^Oats 236.52 

American Laf ranee Fire Engine Co. — Two masks 50.00 

Standard Oil Co. — Oil 9. 50 

Central Fire Station— Payroll week ending May 1, 1920 265.00 



$1,202.32 



May 11, 1920. 

Central Fire Station — I'ayroll ^ 265.00 

H. C. Olson — Labor, supplies 611.44 



$ 876.44 
May 18, 1920. 

Central Fire Station— Payroll week ending Mav 15, 

1920 ' $ 265.00 

May 25, 1920. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending May 22, 

1920 $ 265.00 

June 1, 1920. 

Stahl-Clarke Co. — 16 curtains $ 29.00 

City Garage Co. — Labor, material 117.90 

C. N. Hodgdon Co. — Coal 62.16 

Callmen for Groveton fire — Payroll 300.00 

A. Lavigne & Son — Two mattresses 24.00 

A. H. Sloane-^Freight paid .74 

Central Fire Station — Payroll 265.00 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1 — Payroll 91.25 

Hose Co. No. 1 — ^Payroll 176.25 

Hose Co. No. 2 — Payroll 81.25 

C. B. Dolge Co. — Soap 25.73 

Coos Telephone Co.— Toll .25 



170 CITY OF BERLIN 

Feeiiey Drug Store — ^Supplies 15.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting 6.00 

Berlin Water Co. — Water rent 8.83 

Brown Co. — Supplies 87.58 

City Garage Co. — Labor, supplies 11.85 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 5.14 

O. A. Dussault— Supplies 27.26 

Riva & Stanley Co. — Labor, supplies 49.88 

Bean & Bean — Insurance on Hose House 6.00 

A. A. Fancy — Labor, supplies 35.80 

Luther Buber Sons Co.— Plank 15.37 



June 8, 1920. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending June 5.... 

June 15, 1920. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending June 12... 

June 22, 1920. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending June 19.. 
Toohey Auto Co. — ^Ou account on auto truck balance of 

if'SOO held until remainder of equipment arrives... 
Toohey Auto Co.— 1,200 feet of Hose at $1.10 

$ 5,260.00 

June 29, 1920. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending June 26... $ 265.00 

July 6, 1920. 

Sherwin Williams Co. — One bras brite $ 8.64 

East Side Meat & Grocery Co. — One empty barrel .75 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Service 14.28 

Brown Co. — ^Shoeing and supplies 33.05 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freight .70 

American Laf ranee Fire Engine Co. — Supplies 31.17 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Two umbrellas 6.75 

Riva & Stanley — Labor, supplies 10.50 

George Treggett — ^Supplies 2.50 

A. A. Fancy — Labor, supplies 52.09 

Gamewell Co. — Supplies 152.10 

Simon Stahl & Son— 95,312 pounds coal 679.10 

J. M. Hardy— Two White Chiefs firecoats 25.00 

John Goebel & Sons Co. — 100 pounds bran 3.60 



$ 


1,442.24 


$ 


265.00 


$ 


25-8.13 


$ 


265.00 




3,675.00 




1,320.00 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 171 

Curtis Hardware Co. — One saw 12.25 

The Book Store — Supplies 1.90 

Peter Cote— Supplies i:!.20 

A. H. Sloane — Express paid .54 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1— Payroll 91.25 

Hose Co. No. 1— Payroll 176.25 

Central Fire Station— Payroll 265.00 

Hose Co. No. 2— Payroll 81.25 

$ 1,652.68 

July 13, 1920. 

Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending July 10... $ 265.00 

A. H. Sloane — Paid for three ehauifeurs' lieenses 15.00 

$ 280.00 

July 20, 1920. 

Central Fire Station— Payroll week ending July 17... $ 265.00 

July 27, 1920. 

Central Fire Station— Payroll week ending July 24... $ 265.00 

August 3, 1920. 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 5.96 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 18.24 

Hose Co. No. 2— Payroll 81.25 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1— Payroll 91.25 

Hose Co. No. 1— Payroll 176.25 

Cascade Hose Co.— Payroll 36.00 

•Central Fire Station— Payroll 265.00 

$ 673.95 

August 10, 1920. 

Payroll— Week ending August 7 $ 265.00 

August 17, 1920. 

F. L. Gleason— Veterinary services $ 10.00 

Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending August 14 265.00 

$ 275.00 



3 72 CITY OF BEELIN 

August 24, 1920. 

Alfred Lauziere — ■Building foundation under Fire Sta- 
tion at Cascades, one-half to be paid by Gorham.. $ 66.75 

Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending August 21 265.00 



$ 331.75 
August 31, 1920. 

Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending August 28 $ 265.00 

September 7, 1920. 

Central Fire Station — ^Payroll week ending Sept. 4 . . . . $ 265.00 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1 — Payroll 95.75 

Hose Co. No. 2— Payroll 85.25 

Hose Co. No. 1 — Payroll 183.75 

Barney-Ecporter Press — Printing 13.20 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 4.60 

L. J. Olivier — Supplies 1.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting 6.34 

Standard Oil Co. — Oil 9.50 

The Book Store — Supplies 1.00 

Elias Moses — Supplies 10.20 

Berlin Water Co. — Water rent 41.2.1 

Toohey Auto Co. — Tires and tube 270.62 

Brown Co. — Labor, supplies 338.60 

John Goebel & Sons — Straw 6.81 

Simon Stahl & Son — Coal 298.81 

Feeney Drug Store — ^Sujiplies 1.75 

A. A. Fancy — New pole and tw^o bolts 5.00 

$ 1,638.83 
September 14, 1920. 

Central Fire Station — Payroll $ 240.00 

Toohey Auto Co. — Balance due on truck 500.00 

$ 740.00 

September 21, 1920. 

Payroll — Week ending September 18, 1920 $ 230.00 

September 28, 1920. 

Payroll — ^Week ending September 2.5, 1920 $ 230.OO 

October 5, 1920. 

International Oil Co. — One barrel $ 37.78. 



FIRE DEPAETMENT 173 

Brown Co. — Labor and supplies 5.48 

B. & M. E. E.— Freight 2.15 

Joseph H. Roy— Hay 183.71 

J. M. Hardy — Supplies 25.80 

City Garage Co. — Labor and supplies 12.90 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting Central Sta- 
tion 5.20 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1— Payroll 91.25 

Cascade Hose Co. — Payroll 36.00 

Hose Co. No. 1— Payroll 176.25 

Hose Co. No. 2 — Payroll 81.25 

Central Fire Station — Pavroll 232.27 



$ 890.04 



October 12, 1920. 

'Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Oct. 9, 1920 $ 230.00 

October 19, 1920. 

■Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Oct. 16, 1920 $ 230.00 

October 26, 1920. 

I'entral Fire Station — Payroll week ending Oct. 23, 1920 $ 230.00 

Novem'ber 2, 1920. 

Central Fire Station — ^Payroll week ending Oct. 30, 1920 $ 230.00 

Hose Co. No. 1 — Payroll 195.25 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Service 8.35 

Smith-Poley Press — 500 letter heads 7.00 

Hose Co. No. 2 — Payroll 81.25 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1 — Payroll 86.25 



$ 608.10 

November 9, 1920. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll Week ending Nov. 6, 1920 $ 230.00 

November 16, 1920. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Nov. 13, 

. 1920 $ 265.00 

November 23, ]920. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Nov. 20, 

1920 $ 255.85 

November 30, 1920. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Nov. 27, 

1920 $ 230.00 



174 CITY OF BEELIN 



December 7, 1920. 



East Side Meat & Grocery Co. — Oats $ 84.00 

Hose Co. No. 2 — Payroll 81.25 

The Frank Smith Co. — Hay 438.32 

Mrs. Prudent Dion — ^Washing and ironing 20 pairs cur- 
tains 5.00 

Hose Co. No. 1 — Payroll 176.25 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1 — Payroll 91.25 

Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Dec. 4, 1920 $ 230.00 

Toohey Auto Co. — Supplies 29.20 

Peter Cote — Repairs and supplies 6.50 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Service 10.36 

Alfred H. Sloane — Express and postage 1.94 

Standard Oil Co. — Oil 10.00 

A. A. Fancy — 'Suj^plies 5.50 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 3.54 

Riva & Stanley Co. — Supplies and labor 42.07 

Boston & Maine R. R. — ^Freight 51.97 

Eli J. King — ^Bou Ami .60 

J . H. Roy — Wood 20.88 

M. F. Bragdon Paint Co. — Floor dressing 3.50 

Brown Co. — Supplies 38.73 

Thomas Baril — Welding grates 5.00 

Olaf Oleson — Assistant Fire Chief one month 25.00 



$ 1,360.92 

December 14, 1920. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Dec. 11, 

1920 $ 230.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month 

and power 8.68 



$ 238.68 



December 21, 1920. 

Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Dec. 18, 

1920 $ 230.00 

Alfred H. Sloane — Express paid and four chauffeurs' 

licenses 6.97 

Woodward & Gerrish — Insurance on Hose House 14.00 

$ 250.97 



FIEE DEPARTMENT 17-5 

December 28, 1920. 

Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Dec-. 25, 

1920 $ 230.00 

Bean & Bean — Insurance on Central Station 80.00 

$ 310.00 
January 4, 1921. 

Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1— Payroll $ 91.2.5 

Berlin Garage — One set chains 20.95 

Hose Co. No. 1— Payroll 201.25 

Hose Co. No. 2— Payroll 81.25 

B. & M. E. R.— Freiglit 2.46 

Central Fire Station— Payroll week ending Jan. 1, 1921 $ 230.00 

$ 627.16 

January 11, 1921. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Jan. 8, 1921 .$ 2:U).()0 

January 18, 1921. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Jan. 15, 

1921 $ 216.28 

January 25, 1921. 
Central Fire Station — Payroll week ending Jan. 22, 

1921 $ 230.00 



FOREST FIRES 



Credit 



iOO.OO 



June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation >t 

July 12, 1920. 
Grand Trunk Railway 20 00 

September 30, ]920. 
State of N. H J-^ -^9 

$ 292.2i) 



:7G CITY OF BERLIN 

Debit 

May 11, 1920. 
Payroll — Mien fighting fires $ 15.25 

May 25, 1920. 
Payroll — Men fighting fires $ 10.50 

June 1, 1920. 
Payroll — Men fighting fires $ 20.00 

June 8, 1920. 
Payroll — Men fighting fires, Jericho Brook and East 

side $ 92.50 

June 15, 1920. 
H. L. Marston — posting notices; auto Milan line to Suc- 
cess and labor $ 11.00 

Payroll— Fighting fires, Liberty Park 18.81 



$ 29.81 

June 29, 1920. 
H. L. Marston — Posting warnings $ 4.00 



Free Beds 



Credit 



June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 900.00 



St. 



Debit 

July 6, 1920. 
Louis Hospital— Four months' rent three free beds $ 300.00 

October 12, 1920. 
St. Louis Hospital— Four months' rent three free beds $ 300.00 

December 14, 1920. 
St. Louis Hospital— Four months' rent three free beds $ 300.00 



G. A. R. 



Credit 



June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 100.00 



Debit 



June, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 100.00 



Hydrants 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 4,000.00 



Debit 

Total expenditure $ 1,640.00 

Transfer Account, amount unexpended 2,360.00 

$ 4,000.00 

August, 1920. 

Berlin Water Co.— Water rent $ 1,640.00 



N. H. State Guard 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 200.00 



Debit 

September 28, 1920. 
N. H. State Guard— Appropriation $ 200.00 



Interest 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 13,500.00 

January 31, 1921. 
Interest from different sources 2,894.66 

$ 16,394.66 



Debit 

Total expenditure $ 15,494.73 

Transfer Account, amount unexpended 899.93 

$ 16,394.66 

March, 1920. 
Manchester Safety Deposit «&; Trust Co. — Interest due 

April 1, 1920 $ 1,440.00 

April 13, 1920. 
Old Colony Trust Co.— Interest on Nov. 1, 1910, City of 

Berlin 41/2% bonds $ 787.50) 

May 25, 1920. 
National Shawmut Bank — Interest on June 1, 1902, 

City of Berlin 31/2% bonds $ 157.25 

E. H. Eollins & Sons Co. — Interest on Dec. 1, 1905, 

City of Berlin 4% bonds 600.00 

$ 757.25 



180 CITY OF BERLIN 

June 15, 1920. 
Manchester Safety Deposit & Tust Co. — Interest on 

July 1, 1919, City of Berlin 41/2% bonds $ 562.50 

Manchester Safety Deposit & Trust Co. — Interest on 

July 1, 1916, City of Berlin 4% bonds 680.00 

Old Colony Trust Co.— Interest on June 1, 1913, City 

of Berlin 4^,% bonds 2,362.50 



$ 3,605.00 



August 10, 1920. 
Berlin National Bank — Interest on note of B. G. Mason $ 39.00 

September 21, 1920. 
Manchester Safety Deposit & Trust Co. — Interest on 

$67,500 City of Berlin 4% bonds $ 1,350.00 

October 12, 1920. 
Old Colony Trust Co.— Interest on $35,000 bonds $ 787.50 

October 19, 1920. 
Old Colony Trust Co.— Interest on note due Oct. 14... $ 8.34 

November 30, 1920. 
E. H. Eollins & Sons Co.— Interest on $30,000 bonds. . . $ 600.00 

December 14, 1920. 
■ Old Colony Trust Co.— Interest on June 1, 1913, bonds $ 2,193.75 

December 21, 1920. 
Manchester Safety Deposit & Trust Co. — Interest on 

July 1, 1919, bond due Jan. 1, 1921 $ 450.00 

Manchester Safety Deposit & Trust Co. — Interest on 

July 1, 1916, bonds due Jan. 1, 1921 640.00 



$ 1,090.00 



December 28, 1920. 
National Shawmut Bank — Interest on June 1, 1902, 

bonds $ 105.00 



Lighting Streets 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 9,500.00 

Debit 

Total expenditure $ 9,019.31 

Transfer Account, amount unexpended 480.69 

$ 9,500.00 

February 10, 1920. 
Twin State Gas &. Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 751.33 

March 2, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 751.33 

April 6, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one mouth . . $ 751.33 

May 4, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 751.33 

June 8, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 751.33 

July 13, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 751.33 

August 3, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 751.33 

September 7, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 751.33 

October 5, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 751.33 

November 9, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 761.78 

December 7, 1920. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month.. $ 761.78 

January 11, 1921. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month . . $ 733.78 



Miscellaneous 



Credit 



Juue 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 6,000.00 

January 31, 1921. 
City Clerk 28.27 

$ 6,028.27 



Debit 

Total expenditure $ 3,521.39 

Transfer Account, amount unexpended 2,506.88 

$ 6,028.27 
February 3, 1920. 

Amedee Lapointe — Pencils, ink, etc $ 1.85 

Amedee Lapointe — Postage 7.00 

City Garage Co. — Opening safe in Tax Collector's oflS.ee 228.69 

W. & L. E. Curley— Supplies, S. of W. «& M 5.45 

$ 212.99 

February 10, 1920. 

F. E. Langwortliy — 49 abatements by collci'tor $ 12.25 

Fred C. Cleaveland — 'Balance for printing Devost case 

vs. City 38.25 

Brown Co. — Material used in making city maps 22.35 

$ 72.85 



MISCELLANEOUS ISM 

February 17, 1920. 

Payroll Ward Two — Drawing jurors $ 15.00 

Payroll Ward One — Drawing jurors 15.00 



$ 30.00 

February 24, 1920. 

F. E. Laugworthy — Abstract of title, B. G. Mason $ 9.50 

Payroll — Ward Four, drawing jurors 15.00 

E. E. Pierce — Appraisal Pleasant Street extension.... 5.00 

Payroll— Ward Three, drawing jurors 15.00 



$ 44.50 



March 2, 1920. 

H. A. St. Laurent— Team to Eed Cross $ 2.00 

Will C. Hoxie — Land for street purposes 50.00 

H. A. St. Laurent — Auto, visiting schools 20.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Postage 2.74 

Mary E. Morgan — Eeturns of vital statistics, postage 

and express 15.22 

F. E. Langworthy — Abstract of title 5.25 

J. H. Woodward — Appraising property on Union Street 5.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Appraising property on Union Street 5.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Stamps 2.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Express paid 2.16 



$ 109.37 



March 10, 1920. 

Mr. Guarin — Damage to harness $ 10.00 

J. J. Moreau & Son — Three boxes, Assessors 4.50 

F. E. Langworthy — Eecording deed .87 

George E. Bouthet — One rubber stamp 2.50 



$ 17.87 



March 16, 1920. 

Goss & James — Services in Devost case vs. City $ 594.78 

F. E. Langworthy — Work on records; account property, 

Howard Burgess • .50 



184 CITY OF BEELIN 

G. E. Bouthet — Stamp and ink pad, Assessors .95 

David Bruce — Damages caused by ice and snow falling 

from City Hall 60.00 



$ 656.23 

March 23, 1920. 

Burroughs Adding Miachine Co. — Attention to machine 

as per contract $ 6.50 

L. W. Quimby — Service of writ, City vs. Howard Bur- 
gess 1.90 

Mary E. Morgan — Express paid on city reports 4.26 



$ 12.66 

March 30, 1920. 
Mary E. Morgan — Eeturns of vital statistics, postage 

and express $ 11.94 

Alfred Lauziere — Distributing inventories and stamps 42.80 

Mary E. Morgan — Express paid on city reports 15.01 



$ 69.75 
April 6, 1920. 

F. E. Langworthy — Eecording tax sales $ 2.50 

Curtis Hardware Store — One key .35 

J. F. W. Dorman Co. — Dog plates, truck and hack plates 13.50 



$ 16.35 

April 13, 1920. 

H. M. MofPett— Postage and P. O. box rent $ 2.21 

U. S. E. E. Administration — War tax on Government 

food 31.53 



$ 33.74 



April 20, 1920. 

C. E. Davis— Treasurer 's bond I 95.00 

H. A. Manning Co. — One city directory 5.00 

Todd Protectograph Co. — Two tubes red ink for Treas- 
urer .75 



$ 100.75 



MISCELLANEOUS 185 

April 27, 1920. 

J. A. Vaillaneourt — Bond, Tax Collector $ 105.00 

H. A. Manning Co. — Four directories 20.00 



$ 125.00 

May 4, 1920. 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co. — Telegram, City Treasurer... $ .82 
Henry M. Moffett — Returns of vital statistics, postage 

and miscellaneous fees 17.65 

Woodward & Gerrish — Bond, City Clerk 9.00 

Archie Plummer — Damage to sleigh on Jericho Road. . lO.OO 

George E. Bouthet — One rubber stamp, Treasurer 2.50 

Ulric Duval — Postage . 50.00 



$ 89.97 

May 11, 1920. 

William J. Sinipson — Enumeration of male citizens... .$ 59.43 

May 18, 1920. 
Joseph Baribeau — Trips with Mr. Duval and Mr. Pea- 
body inspecting scales 7.40 

• May 25, 1920. 
Curtis Hardware Store — One money drawer, City 

Clerk 's Office $ 6.00 

H. M. Moffett— Rubber stamps, City Clerk's office 3.10 

The Book Store — Ink, City Treasurer 1.50 

The Book Store — Office supplies, City Clerk 16.65 



$ 27.25 

June 1, 1920. 

Ulric Duval — Three keys .-{; 1.70 

Ulric Duval — Stamps 10.00 

H. M. Moffett — Returns of vital statistics, postage, ex- 
press 11.10 



$ 22.80 

June 8, 1920. 
G. N. W. Telegraph Co.— Telegram, City Treasurer $ 1.07 



186 CITY OF BBELIN 

June 15, 1920. 

A. J. Quintal — Expense of two Councilmen to Boston 
and three Councilmen to Groveton regarding fire 

truck and fire horses and telephone calls 75.90 

J. H. Woodward — ^Hack hire and postage for last year 5.40 

H. M. Moffett — Returns of vital statistics, express and 

P. 0. box rent 15.84 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co. — Team for Assessors 2.00 

H. A. St. Laurent — ^Teams, Assessors 7.50 

$ 106.64 
July 6, 1920. 

Ulric Duval— 2,650 stamps $ 53.00 

July 13, 1920. 

Louis Picard — Moving safe to Tax Collector's office. . . .$ 20.00 

July 20, 1920. 

Supervisors Ward Four — Drawing jurors $ 15.00 

Supervisors Ward 2 — 'Drawing jurors 15.00 

$ 30.00 

July 27, 1920. 

Supervisors Ward Two — Payroll $ 15.00 

Fred A. Brown — Painting house of Joseph Vallis as 

per agreement 92.00 

$ 107.00 
August 3, 1920. 

H. M. Moffett — ^Returns of vital statistics and express 

for July $ 57.49 

Jolin 11. Burleigh — 12 days' services, travel and hotel 

expenses on water rate hearing 345.00 

Ulric Duval— 850 stamps 17.00 

$ 419.49 

August 10, 1920. 

Supervisors Ward Three — Drawing jurors $ 15.00 

August 17, 1920. 
F. R. Langworthy — Recording two deeds $ 2.54 



IVnSCELLANEOUS 187 



August 31, 1920. 



H. M. Moffett — Eeturus of vitrtl statistics, postage aud 

express $ 61.92 

September 14, 1920. 

r. E. Langworthy — Recording Stalil deed $ 1.27 

The Book Store— Supplies, Tax Collector 8.00 



$ 9.27 

September 21, 1920. 

The Book Store — Office supplies aud transfer cases. 

City Clerk $ 27.65 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co. — tMaintenance service 

as per contract one-half 3'ear 8.15 



$ 35.80 
September 28, 1920. 

. The Book Store — Pencils and clii^s for Assessors $ 1.00 

October 5, 1920. 

Cheney Paper Co. — One-half gross pencils. City Clerk. . $ 3.31 

Ulrie Duval— 1,000 postage stamps 20.00 

Ulrie Duval — One rubber stamp .50 

H. Al. Moffett — Returns of vital statistics, postage, ex- 
press and P. O. box rent for September 84.88 

Brown Co. — Sup]ilies, City Engineer 39.04 



October 12, 1920. 



147.73 



Telesphore Arguiu— Rebate on poll taxes for 1918-1919 $ 5.00 

The Book Store— Supplies, City Clerk 2.10 



$ 7.10 

October 19, 1920. 

Payroll Ward Four — Drawing jurors $ 15.00 

October 26, 1920. 

Payroll Ward Two — Drawing jurors $ 15.00 

Payroll Ward One — Drawing jurors 15.00 

* 30.00 



188 CITY OF BEELIN 

November 2, 1920. 
H. M. Moflfett — Eeturus of vital statistics, postage and 

express $ 45.48; 

Payroll Ward Three — ^Drawing jurors 15.00 

Ulric Duval~l,000 postage stamps 20.00' 

The Book Store — Supplies 1.45 



$ 81.9.S. 

November 9, 1920. 

The Book Store — Desk pads and index book for City 

Clerk $ 3.90'- 

November 16, 1920. 

State of N. H.— One liability manual $ 1.50- 

November 30, 1920. 

Brown Co. — Supplies, Engineer $ 6.6R 

G. E. Bouthet — Cleaning numbering machine for City 

Clerk 1.50 

H. M. Moffett — Eeturns of vital statistics, postage, ex- 
press and telegrams for November 58.05 



$ 66.2;i 



December 7, 1920. 

Ulric Duval— Stamps $ 4.00 

Payroll Ward One — Eevising jury list 12.00 

Sullivan & Daley — Services 42.11 



$ 58.11 

December 21, 1920. 

Payroll Ward Two — Eevising jury list •$ 12.00' 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co. — Eibbon 1.00 

Payroll Ward Three — Eevising jury list 12.00 

r. L. Brannen — Paid for telegram .58 

Alfred Lauziere — Expense attending convention 26.10' 

J. H. Woodward — Expense attending convention and 

fees paid 28.8.> 

$ 80.5a 



MISCELLANEOUS 189 

December 28, 1920. 

H. M. Moflfett — ^Paid for cleaning typewriter $ 7.50 

H. M. Moffett — One pencil sharpener 1.25 



$ 8.75 

January 4, 1921. 

H. M. Moffett — Keturns of vital statistics, postage, etc. $ 26.77 

Payroll Ward Four — Eevising jury list 12.00 

The Book Store— Supplies, City Clerk 4.05 

William D. Chandler — Advertising non-resident tax 

sales 5.25 

W. & L. E. Curley— Supplies S. of W. & M 7.60 

Berlin Eeporter — 'Advertising non-resident tax sales in 

Eeporter 7.00 



$ 62.67 

January 11, 1921. 

City Savings Bank — Paid for recording Buber & Bri- 

deau deeds $ 2.70 

January 18, 1921. 

i-.Iinisters ' Payroll — Marriages for 1920 $ 45.00 

Doctors' Payroll— Deaths, 1920 54.75 

Doctors' Payroll— Births, 1920 138.75 



$ 238.50 
January 25, 1921. 
Burgess Military Band — Services Memorial Day $ 50.00 



Printing and Stationery 



Credit 

June S, 1920. 

Appropriation $ 2,500.00 

January 31, 1921. 
Overdraft to Transfer Account 267.54 



$ 2,767.54 



Debit 

February 3, 1920. 

Barney-Eeporter Press — 50 sheets plain paper, City 

Clerk $ 1 .25 

Barney-Eeporter Press — Statements and printing, City 

Treasurer 5.00 



$ 6.25 

February 10, 1920. 

Franklin Printery — Paper $ 2.50 

February 24, 1920. 

The Seavey Co. — Two books, Assessors $ 45.00 

March 2, 1920. 

Franklin Printery — 300 letter heads for Mayor .$ 4.00 

Transo Envelope Co. — Envelopes for Tax Collector... 29.72 



$ 33.72 

March 10, 1920. 

Edson C. Eastman Co. — Assessors' books $ 21.00 

March 30, 1920. 
Arnedee Lapointe — Paid out for paper ? .r,± 



FEINTING AND STATIONERY 19! 

April 6, 1920. 

Franklin Frintery — 'Bound volumes of the city report $ 199.67 

Franklin Frintery — Supplies, City Clerk 17.87 

Franklin Frintery — 1,515 coi^ies of the city report.... 1,701.05 

$ 1,918.59 

April 13, 1920. 

Fostmaster — Stamped envelopes for City Treasurer... .$ 10.72 

May 4, 1920. 
Barney-Reporter Press — Letter heads, voucliers and re- 
ceipt cards .'f! 28.00 

Barney-Reporter Fress — 100 committee cards .3.25 

Barney-Reporter Press — Act jirinted in paper 5.25 

Franklin Frintery — Frinting, Building Inspector 13.25 

Barney-Reporter Press — Letter heads and printing. . . . 6.40 

Edson C. Eastman Co. — Books, Tax Collector 14.09 

Franklin Frintery — Letter heads, second sheets 10.75 

Barney-Reporter Fress — Advertisement in paper, As- 
sessors 4.00 

Barney-Reporter Fress — Printing, Ta.x Collector 50.00 

$ 134.99 

May 11, 1920. 

Franklin Frintery- — Printing, Assessors $ 6.50 

May 18, 1920. 

Smith-Poley Press— 1,000 bill heads. City Clerk $ 7.25 

May 25, 1920. 

R. E. Lane — One dog license book $ 3.25 

Todd Protectograph Co.— 10,000 litho checks 95.75 

The Book Store— Bill head tablets. City Clerk .30 

$ 99.30 

June 1, 1920. 

Smith-Poley Press — ^Printing, City Clerk ,$ 4.75 

June 22, 1920. 

Louis F. Dow Co. — Form for register .$ 6..'!2 

June 29, 1920. 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing furnished stock .•{! 1.75 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing, City Clerk 51. S5 



53.60 



19ii CITY OF BERLIN 

July 6, 1920. 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing, Tax Collector $ 21.25 

Franklin Printery— 5,000 poll tax bills 32.00 

Postmaster — 500 2c envelopes 11.00 



$ 64.25 

July 13, 1920. 

Smith-Poley Press— 1,000 birth notices $ 4.50 

July 20, 1920. 

Barney-Reporter Press — 500 letters for Mayor $ 4.75 

Barney-Reporter Press — Monthly statements 7.20 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing, City Clerk 14.20 



August 3, 1920. 



26.15 



Loring, Short & Harmon — One mortgage and one sales 

and liens book $ 80.00 

Barney-Reporter Press — 1,000 envelopes ( City Clerk.. 28.25 

Barney-Reporter Press — 100 notices, Tax Collector.... 3.80 

$ 112.05 

September 7, 1920. 

Barney-Reporter Press — 100 monthly statements $ 3.25 

Barney-Reporter Press — 1,000 vouchers 18.00 

$ 21.25 

September 14, 1920. 
Smith-Poley Pres.s — Printing and one register of dis- 
bursement $ 70.75 

September 21, 1920. 
The Book Store — Record and receipt books for City 

Clerk $ 5.80 

Smith-Poley Press— 1,000 birth notices for City Clerk 4.50 

Barney-Reporter Press — Monthly statements 3.25 

Barney-Reporter Press — 14 badges, Labor Day 2.50 

$ 16.05 



PEIXTINCt and stationery 193 

September 28, 1920. 
Smith-Polev Press — ^Permits and ■ envelopes for Build- 
ing Inspector $ 8.00 

October 5, 1920. 
Barney-Reporter Press — Printing, Tax Collector $ 13.00 

October 26, 1920. 
Smith-Poley Press— Stationery, City Clerk $ 1-i.OO 

November 2, 1920. 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing, City Clerk $ 21.00 

Barney-Reporter Press — ^.Monthly statements 4.50 



$ 24.25 

November 9, 1920. 

Smith-Poley Press — Bond paper, City Clerk $ 1.75 

Louis F. Dow Co. — Book, City Treasurer 6.38 

Barney-Reporter Press — Monthly statements 4.50 



$ 12.63 

November 16, 1920. 
Smith-Poley Press — Adding machine paper $ 4.50 

December 14, 1920. 
H. W. Noyes — 500 2c envelopes $ 11.10 

January 4, 1921. 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing on envelopes $ 1.50 

Barney-Reporter Press — Statements and printing. City 

Treasurer 6.25 



$ 7.75 

January 11, 1921. 

Barney-Reporter Press — 600 form letters for City 

Solicitor $ 6.50 



Police Department 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 25,000.00 

January 31, 1921. 
Municipal Court $ 2,905.39 

January 31, 1921. 
Junk license 30.00 

$ 27,935.39 



Debit 



Total expenditure ! $ 24,701.57 

Transfer Account, amount unexpended 3,233.82 

$ 27,935.39 

February 3, 1920. 

George B. Day — On account on pension $ 9.50 

J. A. Larochelle — Conveying prisoner 13.10 

Payroll — Regular men 347.00 

.$ 369.(i0 

February 10, 1920. 

J. Howard Wight Estate — Balance due Mr. Wight as 

Justice $ 81.6(3 

George B. Day — On account on pension 9.50 

George W. Brown — Conveying boy to Industrial School 36.22 

Berlin Garage — Storage 5.00 

Payroll — Regular men 347.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 5.25 



POLICE DEPAETMENT 19.3 

Orville Stewart — Use of car 8.00 

Cournoyer Pharmacy — Supplies 25.10 

Barney-Reporter Press — Time sheets 18.25 

Coos Telephone Co. — Police system 23.46 

$ 559.44 

February 17, 1920. 

George B. Day — On account on pension $ 9.50 

Payroll — Eegular men 347.00 

$ 356.50 

February 24, 1920. 

Payroll — Regular men $ 347.00 

George W. Parker — Food supplies 3.7.5 

George B. Day — On account on pension 9.50 



March 2, 1920. 



360.25 



George B. Day — On account on pension $ 9.50^ 

C. M. Davidson — Services as Clerk of Court for Feb- 
ruary 16.66 

Payroll — Regular men 347.00 



$ 373.16. 

March 10, 1920. ^ 

George B. Day — ^On account on pension $ 9.50 

Payroll — Regular men 347.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — 'Balance .75 

Thomas H. Samson — Three months ' salary 25.00 

E. N. Whitcomb — Salary three months 25.00 

Thomas Boisvert — Two trips with auto 1.50 

Coos Telephone Co. — Police system 23.45 

Richard Royston — Salary three months 37.50 

Berlin Garage — Storage 5.0O 

Henry C. Olson — Labor, supplies 15.65 

$ 490.3a 



]!U5 CITY OF BERLIN 

Mareli 16, 1920. 

Payroll — Regular men $ 367.21 

George B. Day — On account on pension 9.50 



$ 376.71 
-IVTarch 23, 1920. 

Barney-Reporter Press — Six blotters $ .90 

Payroll — Regular men 341.50 

George B. Day — On account on pension 9.50 



$ 351.90 
March 30, 1920. 

'George B. Day — On account on pension $ 9.50 

George F. Rich — Three months' services as Justice... 200.00 

Pavroll — Regular men 362.93 



$ 572.43 
April 6, 1920. 

George B. Day — ^On account on pension $ 9.50 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 3.45 

Payroll — Regular men 371.50 

Winifred McLaughlin — Services in registering aliens. . 15.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Police system 23.46 

Nelson Cote — Keeping girl over night 5.00 

Thomas Boisvert — Two trips with auto 2.00 

Berlin Garage — Storage 5.00 



.$ 434.91 
April 13, 1920. 

Payroll — Regular men $ 388.65 

George B. Day — On account on pension 9.50 



$ 398.15 
April 20, 1920. 

George B. Day — On account on pension $ 9.50 

Payroll — Regular men 401.50 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing 6.50 

H. A. Manning Co. — One city directory 5.00 

Young's Laundrj' — Laundry 5.43 

$ 427.93 



POLICE DEPAETMENT 



191 



April 27, 1920. 

George B. Day — On account on pension $ 

Payroll — Eegular men 

May 4, 1920. 

Barney-ReiDorter Press — Printing 

Ameclee Lapointe — Transportation 

Coos Telephone Co. — Police system 

Thomas Boisvert — Transportation 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service 

Payroll — Week ending May 1 

Barney-Reporter Press — Notice in paper, Dog Constable 

Berlin Garage — Labor and storage 

George B. Day — On account on pension 



9.50 
388.64 



$ 398.14 



40.65 
1.00 

23.46 
1.00 

11.55 

401. .50 

4.00 

9.35 

9.50 



502.01 



May 11, 1920. 
Woodward & Gerrish — Bond, Clerk of Municipal Court $ 

Payroll — ^Regular men 

George B. Day — On account on pension, week ending 

May 8, 1920 

May 18, 1920. 

George Roderick — Three trips with auto $ 

Eranklin Priutery — Repairing typewriter 

J. E, Parent— Pilot bread 

Payroll — Regular men 



May 25, 1920. 
George B. Day — On account on pension, week ending 

May 15 $ 

George B. Day — On account on pension, week ending 

May 22 

Payroll — Regular men 



9.00 
425.46 

9.50 



443.96 



3.00 

15.00 

2.20 

425.46 



445.66 



9.50 



9.50 
425.46 



444.46 



198 CITY OF BERLIN 

June 1, 1920. 

George W. Parker — Food supplies $ 5.30 

Berlin Garage — Oil, storage, labor 8.70 

David Secord — Special duty 6.75 

Nareisse Ayotte — Special duty 6.75 

Richard H. Royston — Three months' salary as Commis- 
sioner 37.50 

Etienne Vallie — Special duty 6.75 

E. N. Whitcomb — Three months' salary as Commis- 
sioner 25.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Two trips with auto 2.00 

Thomas Boisvert — Three trips with auto 2.75 

Thomas Samson — Three months' salary as Commis- 
sioner 25.00 

Joseph Baribeau — Three trips with auto 3.00 

Henry Blackburn — Trip with auto 1.00 

George Roderick — Two trips with auto 2.00 

Payroll — Regular men 425.46 

George B. Day — On account on pension 9.50 



$ 567.46 

June 8, 1920. 

George B. Day — First payment on pension week end- 
ing June 5 $ 15.50 

Payroll — Regular men 443.75 



$ 459.25 



June 15, 1920. 

Amedee Lapointe — Transportation $ 1.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 4.05 

Payroll — Regular men 425.46 

Barney-Reporter Press — Three blotters .30 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Police system 23.46 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Hose and car- 
tridges 7.48 

George B. Day — On account on pension week ending 

June 12 9.50 



$ 471.25 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 199 



June 22, 1920. 



George B. Day — On account on pension week ending 

June 19 $ 9.50 

Payroll — Regular men 425.46 



$ 434.96 



June 29, 1920. 

George B. Day — On account on pension week ending 

June 26 $ 9.50 

Amedee Lapoiute — Transportation 1.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Transportation, Larivee and La- 

flanime 2.00 

Barney-Reporter Press — Blotters, letter heads, envel- 
opes and warrants 18.35 

The Book Store— One bottle ink 1.00 

Payroll — Regular men 425.46 

H. M. Moffett — Three months' salary as Clerk of Mu- 
nicipal Court 50.00 

George F. Rich — Three months' salary as Justice of 

Municipal Court 200.00 



$ 707.31 



July 6, 1920. 
George B. Day — On account on pension week ending 

July 3 9.50 

Payroll — Regular men 425.46 

Berlin Garage — -Labor, su2)plies. 101.55 

$ 536.51 

July 13, 1920. 

Thomas Boisvert — Transportation $ 1.00 

Theophile Cantin — ^On account as Dog Constable 37.50 

Coos Telephone Co. — Police system 23.46 

Payroll— Special July 4 94.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Trip to Fourth Ave, trip to Gorham; 

conveying prisoner 8.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 3.30 

John B. Casey — Arrest, trial, travel, assistance, and 

meals and conveyance to Stewartstown of Cran- 

nell, Richards and Stewart 68.50 



200 CITY OF BERLIN 

Payroll — Regular men 425.46 

George B. Dny — On account on pension week ending 

July 10 9-50 

$ 670.72 

July 20, 1920. 

Payroll — Regular men $ 434.60 

Eusebe Valliere — Special duty 12.00 

Jeremiah Coffey — Special duty 12.00 

George B. Day — Pension week ending July 17 9.50 



July 27. 1920. 



August 10, 1920. 



468.10 



George B. Day — On account on pension week ending- 
July 24 $ 9.50 

Payroll — Regular men 425.46 

David Secord — Special duty at circus 6.00 

Narcisse Ayotte — :Special duty at circus 6.00 

Mark Murray — Special duty at circus 6.0(t 

Sig Anderson — Special duty at circus 6.00 

The Book Store— One board file 1.25 

$ 460.21 

August 3, 1920. 

George B. Day — On account on pension week ending 

July 31 $ 9.50 

County of Coos-^Fines due County from 1919 250.00 

Payroll — Regular men 425.46 



684.96 



Peter Tremblay — Repairing step on pntrdl -i? 12.15 

Coos Telephone Co. — Police system 23.46 

Payroll— Regular men 420.88 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — 'Keys and repair 

ing handcuffs 6.65 

Barney-Reporter Press — 25 Government Ic cards and 

printing 1.50 



POLICE DEPAETMENT 20T 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 9.80 

Berlin Garage — Labor, supplies 47.60 

Tlie Book Store — One board file 1.00 

George B. Day — On account on pension week ending- 
August 7 9..j0 



■t .i:;2.54 



August 17, 1920. 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Aug. 14 $ 9.50 

George W. Brown — Conveying prisoner to Stewarts- 
town 13.10 

Pavroll — Eegular men 425.46 



August 24, 1920. 



448.06 



A. E. Buckley — Supplies and cleaning revolver $ 2.60 

T, C. Pulsifer, M. D.— One call to Station 2.00 

Dr. Doucet — One call 2.00 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Aug. 21 9.50 

Theo. Cantin — Balance due as Dog Constable ;i7.50 

T. H. Samson — Salary as Commissioner 25.00' 

E. N. "WTiitcomb — Salary as Commissioner 25.00 

Eichard Eoyston — Salary as Commissioner 37.50 

Payroll — Seven days, Aug. 7-23 425.46 



$ 566.56 



August 31, 1920. 

George B, Day — Pension week ending Aug. 28 $ 9.50 

John B. Noyes — Conveying prisoner to Stewartstown . . 13.10 

Payroll — Eegular men . .' 430.0;! 



$ 452.63 



September 7, 1920. 

George B, Day — ^Pension week ending Sept 4 $ 9.50 

Payroll — Eegular men 475.75 

$ 485.2;!. 



202 CITY OF BEELIN 

September 14, 1920. 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Sept. 11 $ 9.50 

Joseph Barbieau — Two trips with auto 2.00 

Joseph Eivist — Transportation 1.00 

Berlin Garage — Supplies 23.40 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 22.80 

George W. Parker — Food 7.00 

William Pelchat— Special duty 6.75 

Coos Telei:)hone Co. — Service 9.70 

David Secord — Special duty 6.75 

Peter Laplante — Special duty 4.50 

Narcisse Ayotte — Special duty 6.75 

Sig Anderson — Special duty 6.75 

Barney-Eeporter Press — Cards and blotters 1.85 

Amedee Lapointe — Transportation 1.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service 23.46 

Payroll — Eegular men 425.46 



$ 558.67 



September 21, 1920. 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Sept. 18 $ 9.50 

Payroll— Seven days, Sept. 14 to 20 398.03 



September 28, 1920. 



407.53 



George F. Eich — Three months' salary as Justice of 

Municipal Court $ 200.00 

H. M. Moffett — Three months' salary as Clerk of Mu- 
nicipal Court 50.00 

Barney-Eeporter Press — Printing 55.50 

Berlin Dry Goods Co. — Three pairs towels 2.85 

Mike Eussell — Trip with auto .50 

Payroll— Seven days, Sept. 21-27 393.46 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Oct. 2 9.50 

$ 711.81 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 203 

October 5, 1920. 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Oct. 2 $ 9.50 

Payroll— Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 393.46 

$ 402.96 
October 12, 1920. 

D. W. Coffey — Fifty badges $ 38.00 

G. W. Holt Electric Co. — Supplies, labor 9. 60 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Oct. 9, 1920 9.50 

City Garage Co. — Oil 2.25 

Aniedee Lapointe — Transportation 1.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 6.65 

Amedee Lapointe — Transportation 1.00 

Berlin Garage — Supplies 31.92 

David Seeord — Special duty 2.25 

P'lyroll 407.17 

$ 509.34 
October 19, 1920. 

Payroll — Seven days, Oct. 12-18 $ 425.46 

■George B. Day— Pension week ending Oct. 16, 1920 9.50 

$ 434.96 

October 26, 1920. 

:George B. Day — ^^Pension week ending Oct. 23, 1920 $ 9.50 

Payroll— Oct. 19 to 25 411J5 

Berlin Garage — Supplies 14.69 

Archie Clouthier — Three days' special duty 12.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Police system 23.46 



$ 471.40 



November 2, 1920. 



George B. Day — Pension week ending Oct. 30, 1920 .$ 9.50 

P'^^'J'oll 425.46 



$ 434.96 



204 CITY OF BERLIN 



November 9, 1920.' 

John B. Noyes — Couveying prisoner to Stewartstown. . .$ 1:^.10 

New Hanipsliire Garage — Gas and oil 2.35 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, police system 23.46 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 6.75 

Payroll — Nov. 2-8 462.03 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Labor, supplies 25.72 

Charles S. Doucet, M. D. — One call and medicine 2.50 

George B. Day^ — ^Pension week ending Nov. 6, 1920 .... 9.50 

Ira W. Thayer — Comp. and warrant 3.00 



$ 548.41 



November 16, 1920. 

Payroll— Nov. 9 to 16 $ 425.46 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Nov. 13, 1920. . . 9.50 



$ 434.96 

November 23, 1920. 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Nov. 20, 1920 ... $ 9.50 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 8.40 

T. C. Pulsifer, M. D.— One call 2.00 

The Book Store — ^Supplies ■■ ■ ■. l-^^ 

The Berlin Garage — Gas, oil, chains and tightner 39.01 

Payroll — Seven days, Nov. 16 to 22 379.31 



$ 439. 



November 30, 1920. 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Nov. 27, 1920. . . i; 9.50 

Pavroll— Nov. 23 to 29 386.60 



$ 396.10 



December 7, 1920. 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Dec. 4, 1920. ... $ 9.50 

Payroll— Nov. 20 to Dec. 6 382.03 

T. H, Samson — Three months' salary 37.50' 

Dick Royston — Three months' salary 25.00' 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing 7.00 

A. E. Buckley — Cartridges 1.05 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 205 

E. N. Whitcomb — Three months ' salary 25.00 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co — Cartridge .85 

Joseph Baribeau — Two trips to Y. M. C. A 1.00 



$ 488.93 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Dee. 14, 1920... $ 9.50 

Payroll— Dee. 7 to 13 39.3.46 



$ 402.96 
December 21, 1920. 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Dec. IS, 1920.. $ 9.50 

Joseph Baribeau — Trip with Mr. Cote 1.00 

Payroll— Dec. 14 to 20 393.46 

Peerless Handcuff Co. — Two pairs handcuffs 20.00 

Wilson Pharmacy — 'Two flashlights 3.70 

G. H. Holt Electric Co. — Labor, supplies 2.05 

Joseph Baribeau — Trip with Sunbury 1.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 9.15 

Coos Telephone Co. — Police system 23.46 



$ 463.32 

December 28, 1920. 

George F. Rich — Three months' salary- as Justice $ 200.00 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Dec. 25, 1920. . . . 9.50 

Payroll— Dee. 21 to 27 393.46 



$ 602.96 

January 4, 1921. 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Jan. 1, 1921.... $ 9.50 

Coos Telephone Co. — Police system 23.46 

Malcolm Shorey — Telegrams 1.57 

Payroll— Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 393.46 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 7.00 

Charles S. Doucet, M. D. — One call 2.00 

Berlin Garage — Storage 12.00 

Curtis Hardware Store — ^Opening desk 1.00 

H. M. Moffett — Three months' salary as Clerk of Court 50.00 

$ 499.99 



206 CITY OF BERLIN 

January 11, 1921. 

George B. Day — ^Pension week ending Jan. 8, 1921.... $ 9.50 

Payroll — Jan. 4 to 10 393.46 

The Book Store — Supplies 5.25 

J. E. Parent — ^Pilot l3read 1.00 

Barney -Eeporter Press — Blotters 1.30 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — 15 keys 3.75 

David Secord — Two days' special duty 9.00 



$ 423.26 



January 18, 1921. 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Jan. 15, 1921 ... $ 9.50 

Payroll— Jan. 11 to 17 393.46 



$ 402.96 



January 25, 1921. 

Amedee Lapointe — Three trips with auto $ 3.00' 

Malcolm Shorey — Telegrams and paid for washing- 
towels 2.53 

George B. Day — Pension week ending Jan. 22, 1921 . . . 9.50 

Thomas Boisvert — Trip with auto 1.00 

George W. Parker — ^Food 5.50 

Payroll— Jan. 18 to 24 393.46 

$ 414.99 



Lib 



raty 



Credit 
June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 4,500.00 



Debit 

July 20, 1920. 
Berlin Free Public Library — On aeenunt appropriation $ 500.00 

November 2, 1920. 
Berlin Free Public Library $ 1,000.00 

December 14, 1920. 
Berlin Free Public Library — On account $ 1,000.00 

January 25, 1921. 
Berlin Free Public Library — Balance of appropriation $ 2,000.1)0 



Overlay Account 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 11,819.23 

December 28, 1920. 
Taxes not committed $ 1,500.00 

January 31, 1921. 

Taxes not committed $ 212.38 

Overdraft $ 2,260.13 

$ 15,791.74 



Debit 

February 1, 1920. 

Balance $ 13,663.53 

January 3], 1921. 

Abatement 1919 taxes $ 70.30 

Abatement 1916 taxes 272.00 

Abatement 1917 taxes 376.00 

Abatement 1920 taxes 1,409.91 

$ 15,791.74 



Board of Health 



Credit 



June 8. 1920. 
Approiiriatioii $ 4,500.00 

January 31, 1921. 
H. K. Mulford— Error $ 34.05 

January 31, 1921. 
Overdraft to Transfer Account 152.54 

$ 4,686.59 



Debit 



February 3, 1920. 

H. K. Mulford Co.— Supplies $ .85 

February 10, 1920. 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Wood to Downes $ 7.25 

George E. Bouthet — Assisting Health Officer 3.50 

J. E. King & Co. — Groceries to Mrs. Pete 26.33 



37.08 



February 17, 1920. 



Androscoggin Dairy Co. — Milk to Mrs. Pete $ 1.36 

€. N. Hodgdon Co. — -Wood to Sam Downes 7.25 



8.61 



February 24, 1920. 



■C. N. Hodgdon Co. — Wood to Sam Downes $ 7.50 

February 3, 1920. 
Li. W. Wellington — Salary, one week $ 25.00 



210 CITY OF BEELIN 

Huldah Nelson — Salary, one week 12.00 

Scientific Materials Co. — Supplies 2.43 

Eimer & Amend — Supplies 18.65 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 3.50 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice 1.80 



$ 63.38 



February 10, 1920. 

L. W. Wellington — ^Salary, one week $ 25.00 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week 12.00 

Franklin Printery — Cardboard and bulletins 2.38 

Scientific Materials Co. — Supplies 9.50 

Curtis Hardware Store — Beaver board 1.00 



$ 49.88 



February 17, 1920. 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week $ 12. Oo 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 25.00 

Brown Co. — Supplies 1.50 

Eimer & Amend — Six tubes 4.32 



February 24, 1920. 



March 2, 1920. 



42.82 



Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

International Equipment Co. — Supplies 1.67 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 25.00 



38.67 



Eimer & Amend — Supplies .$ 92.70 

Barney-Reporter Press — Adv. in Reporter 28.00 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week 12.00 

Digestive Ferments Co. — Supplies 4.68 

L. W. AVellington — Salary, one week 25.00 

L. W. Wellington — Expenses to Milan 3.20 

$ 165.58 



BOAED OF HEALTH 211 



March 10, 1920. 



J. F. Bell & Sous Co.— lee $ ' 1.70 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 3.55. 

O. A. Dussault — ^Supplies 14.45. 

J. E. King & Co. — Groceries to Sam Downes 73.03 

Franklin Printery — Supplies and printing 34.40- 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week 12.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 3.55 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 25.00' 



$ 167.68 

March 16. 1920. 

L. W. Wellington— Salary, one week $ 25.00 

University Store Co. — Supplies 3.75 

C. N. Hodgdon Co. — Wood to William Barlow 7.50 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week 12.00 

Eimer & Amend — Supplies 7.20 



$ 55.45- 

March 23, 1920. 

L. W. Wellington — Expenses to Concord .$ 25.00 

A. V. Haighth Co.— Supplies 41.00 

Hulda Nelson — ^Salary, one week 12.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary on account 50.00 

George E. Bouthet — Assisting Health Offieeh 1.50 



$ 129.50y 

March 30, 1920. 

George E. Bouthet — Assisting Health Officer $ 5.50 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week 12.00 

H. D. B'evens — Signs for window display 2.00 



$ 19.50 

April 6, 1920. 

Samson Bros — Supplies to W. Barlow $ 40.22^ 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 4.75 

Franklin Printery — Monthly bulletins 1.5a 



212 



CITY OF BERLIN 



J. F. Bell & Sous Co.— Ice 

Henry C. Olson — Labor, supplies 

C. N. Hodgdon Co. — Wood to W. Barlow 

Dr. H. E. Wilkinson — Investigating scarlet fever cases 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Power 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 



April 13, 1920. 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week and miscellaneous 

expenses 

Young's Laundry — Laundry 

Eli J. King — Supplies 

Wilson Pharmacy — Acid 

C. N. Hodgdon Co. — Coal delivered to McLean 

Franklin Printery — Printing 

Scientific Materials Co. — ^Supplies 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week 



$ 

April 20, 1920. 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week plus back salary. . $ 

L. W, Wellington — Postage 

Simon Stahl & Son — Coal delivered to McLean 

The Book Store — Supplies 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week 



April 27, 1920. 

L. W. Wellington — Supplies for clean-up week $ 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 

Androscoggin Dairy Co. — Milk to Brown, Barlow and 

Board of Health 

Wright Ziegler Co. — Supplies 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week 

G. E. Bouthet — Assisting Health Officer 



1.80 
11.07 

3.90 
28.00 

3.02 
12.00 
23.07 



132.33 



34.75 
1.89 
5.06 
2.70 
3.75 

21.50 
7.18 

14.00 



90.83 



43.67 
2.00 
3.75 
5.40 

15.00 



69.82 



4.45 
30.77 

13.68 
1.41 

15.00 
2.00 



67.31 



BOARD OF HEALTH 213 

May 4, 1920. 

Simon Stahl & Son — Coal to McLean $ 3.75 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week 15.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 6.15 

L, W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

J, F. Bell & Sons Co.— Team and iee 4.90 

L. W. Wellington — ^Miscellaneous expenses 6.51 



$ 67.08 

May 11, 1920. 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, two weeks $ 61.54 

41 

Franklin Printery — Shij^ping tags and strings 7.50 

Franklin Printery — ^Printing 8.50 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co— Power 2.36 

E. P. Makady Co.— Supplies 38.50 



$ 118.40 

May 18, 1920. 
G. E. Bouthet — Assisting Health OflS.cer and one rubber 

stamp $ 1.90 

M. K. Mulford Co. — Balance due .27 

Smith-Poley Press — Printing 13.00 

C. B. Dolge Co.— Supplies 21.00 



$ 36.17 

May 25, 1920. 

Androscoggin Dairy Co. — Milk to Ed. McLean $ 8.40 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 



$ 39.17 

June 1, 1920. 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service $ 7.50 

International Chemical Co. — Germ destroyers 151.00 

Hulda Nelson— Salary, one week 15.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Barney-Eeporter Press — Ad in Reporter 29.00 

L. W. Wellington — Expenses to Tuberculosis Conference 44.19 

$ 277.46 



214 CITY OF BERLIN 

Juno 8, 1920. 

Hulda Nelson — Salarj'-, one week $ 15.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Power 3.28 

Eoyal Typewriter Co. — One typewriter 115.00 

L. W. Wellington- — ^Salary^ one week 30.77 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Team and ice 4.90 



$ • 168.95 



June 15, 1920. 

Hulda Nelson — ^Salary, one week $ 15.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Dr. H. E. Wilkinson — 28 vaccinations; service to Mrs. 

Nadeau 18.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 



June 22, 1920. 



94.54 



Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

June 29, 1920. 

Hulda Nelson — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

■John Wiley & Sons Co. — Supplies 15.50 

Educational Exhibition Co. — ^Glass head map pins. . . . 4.50 

Scientific Materials Co. — One reimanns thermometer.. 12.10 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 



•7.87 



July 6, 1920. 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service $ 5.10 

Eoderick Blackburn — Salary, one-half year 25.00 

■J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for June 3.90 

Archie Landry — ^Salary, one-half year 25.00 

Dr. H. E. Wilkinson — Salary, one-half year 25.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

H. K. Mulf ord Co.— Supplies 2.69 

$ 129.46 



BOARD OF HEALTH 215 



July 13, 1920. 



Smitli-Poley Press — Printing $ 1.25 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Power 2.45 

International Equipment Co. — ^Supplies 13.71 

Winifred Devlin — ^Salary, one week 12.00 

Franklin Printery — Printing 6.75 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Hulda Nelson — Salary one week (vacation) 15.00 

Hulda Nelson — Salary one week (vacation) 15.00 

G. E. Bouthet — Fumigating 1.50 



July 20, 1920. 



Julv 27, 1920. 



August 3, 1920. 



98.43 



Modern Medicine — ^Subscription $ 3.00 

Creamery Pkg. Mfg. Co. — Supplies 2.60 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 



48.37 



L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week $ 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

Curtis Hardware Store — One speed indicator 1.65 



44.42 



John Wiley & Sons, Inc. — Supplies $ 13.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 



August 10, 1920. 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Power, July 7 to Aug. 5 $ 2.81 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Power, June 7 to July 7 2.25 
L. W. Wellington — ^Salary, weeks ending Aug. 7 and 

Aug. 14 61.54 



216 CITY OF BEKLIN 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— lee for July 

H. K. Mulford Co.— Supplies 

Franklin Priuery — Printing 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 

Wilson Pharmacy — Supplies 



August 17, 1920. 



•i.05 


4.85 


14.75 


12.00 


.44 



August 24, 1920. 



August 31, 1920. 



September 7, 1920. 



102.69 



Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

Franklin Printery — Monthly bulletins 11.00 

The Book Store — Supplies 3.40 



26.40 



H. K. Mulf ord Co.— Supplies .$ 45.1.3 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

George B'outhet — ^Fumigating two houses 4.00 



91.92 



E. F. Mahady Co. — Thermometers $ 7.00 

Creamery & Milk Plant Monthly — Subscription year 

ending October, 1921 1.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 4.30 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

H. K. Mulf ord Co.— Supplies 34.05 



89.12 



Winifred Devlin — Salary, oue week $ 12.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

H. K. Mulf ord Co.— Supplies 62.95 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service, month of August 3.80 



109.52 



BOAED OF HEALTH 217 

E. F. Mahady Co.— Suplies 9.99 

September 14, 1920. 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

Digestive Ferments Co. — Supplies 10.15 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — ^Power 2.65 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week .30.77 

J. H. Montminy — Supplies, Mrs. E. Cadorette 16.66 

H. K. Mulf ord Co. — Supplies 36.00 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co. — lee for August .3.90 

Smith-Poley Press — Supplies and printing 11.25 

Dr. H. E. Wilkinson — 613 vaccinations and services... 317.35 



$ 440.73 

September 21, 1920. 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

George Bouthet — Assisting Health Officer 3.00- 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co. — Telegrams 1.75 



September 28, 1920. 



47.52 



Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one w-eek 30.77 

Smith-Poley Press — Printing 4.75 



$ 47.52: 

October 5, 1920. 

Smith-Poley Press — Printing $ 2.25 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co. — lee for September 3.60- 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00- 

Barney-Keporter Press — Adv. in Eeporter 13.50 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Feeney Drug Store — Supplies 1.95 

J. E. Parent — Supplies 1.3:i 

Bean & Bean — Insurance on Detention Hospital 30. Oil 

$ 95.40 



218 CITY OP BEELIN 

October 12, 1920. 

Wilson Pharmacy — Supplies $ 1.50 

€oos Telephone So. — Service 5.95 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Power .3.01 

J. D. Fortier — Groceries to Alphonse Vielleux 76.82 



$ 130.05 

October 19, 1920. 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week $ 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 



$ 42.77 

October 26, 1920. 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

George Bouthet — Assisting Health Officer 1.50 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Dr. H. E. Wilkinson — Vaccinations and investigating 

contagious diseases 25.50 



November 2, 1920. 



November 9. 1920. 



69.7 



Barney-Eeporter Press — October advertising $ 11.50 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 



54.27 



L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week $ 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for October 3.75 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Power 6.52 

Smith-Poley Press^50 bulletins 5.75 

American Public Health Association — Subscription. . . 5.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service for October 4.15 

$ 67.94 



BOARD OF HEALTH 219 

November 16, 1920. 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

Smith-Poley Press — Bulletins and envelopes 20.50 

E. F. Maliady Co. — One sub. stage lamp 6.41 

Scientific Materials Co. — Supplies 6.09 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week MO. 77 

George E. B'outhet — Assisting Health Officer o.OO 



November 28, 1920. 



November 30, 1920. 



78.77 



H. A. Manning Co. — One city directory .$ 5.50 

American City — Subscription 4.00 

E. F. Mahady Co.— Supplies 9.99 

M. F. Bragdon Paint Co. — Disinfectant 6.25 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 1.43 

Smith-Poley Press — Sup]ilics 7.25 



77.19 



Barney-Reporter Press — Adv. in Reporter $ 9.00 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

L. W. Wellington — ^Salary, one week 30.77 

Berlin Street Railway — Adv. cards in cars 15.00 



$ 66.77 

December 7, 1920. 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week $ 30.77 

H. K. Mulford Co.— Supplies 6.31 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

Eimer & Amend — Supplies 1.38 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Ice for November 3.45 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service 6.40 

Curtis Hardware Store — ^Flashlight 1.85 

$ 62.16 



220 CITY OF BERLIN 

December 14, 1920. 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week $ ;>0.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

Smith-Poley Press — Monthly bulletins ." 9.00 



$ 51.77 
December 21, 1920. 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

L. W. Wellington — ^Salary, one week 30.77 

Henry Olson — Labor, supplies 6.80 



$ 49.57 
December 28, 1920. 

E. J. Wheeler — Freight and trucking ,$ 1.02 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

Loring, Short & Harmon — Supplies 69.75 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 



$ 113.54 

January 4, 1921. 

L. W. Wellington — ^Salary, one week $ 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co. — Ice for December 3.90 

The Book Store — Supplies 6.50 



$ 53.17 

January 11, 1921. 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service $ 10.05 

Roderick Blackburn — Salary, one-half year 25.00 

Archie Landry — Salary, one-half year 25.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

Smith-Poley Press — Monthly bulletins 7.00 

H. E. Wilkinson, M. D. — Salary, one-half year, and pro- 
fessional services 40.00 

E, F, Mahady Co. — Supplies 1.86 

Barney-Reporter Press — Advertisement 17.00 

$ 168.68. 



BOARD OF HEALTH 221 

January 18, 1921. 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week $ 30.77 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Power 3.10 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 



January 25, 1921. 



45.87 



C. N. Hodgdon Co. — Wood to D. Arseneau $ 10.00 

L. W. Wellington — Salary, one week 30.77 

Winifred Devlin — Salary, one week 12.00 

Smith-Poley Press — Letter heads, blotters and second 

sheets 11.70 

Cournoyer Pharmacy — Supplies 21.13 

$ 85.60 



Salaries 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 10,000.00 

January 31, 1921. 
Overdraft to Transfer Account 171.28 



$ 10,171.28 



Debit 

February 3, 1920. 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary, one month $ 37.50 

H. W. Noyes — Balance of salary 75.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Salary, one week 26.92 

Graziella Brooks— Salary, one week 12.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 15.00 



February 10, 1920. 



160.-12 



C. M. Davidson — Salary, one week $ 25.00 

Amedee Lajjointo — Salary, one week on account 26.92 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 12.00 

Mary E. Morgan — ^Salary, one week 15.00 



$ 78.92 

February 17, 1920. 

C. M. Davidson — Salary, one week $ 25.00 

Mary E. Morgan — ^Salary, one week 15.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Salary, one week 26.92 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 12.00 

$ 78.92 



SALAEIES 22:5 

February 24, 1920. 

Amedee Lapointe — Salary, one week $ 26.92 

Graziella Brooks — ^Salary, one week 12.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 15.00 

C. M. Davidson — Salary, one week 25.00 



$ 78.92 

March 2, 1920. 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary, one month $ 37.50 

Ira W. Thayer — Salary, one month 50.00 

C. M. Davidson — Salary, one week 25.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 15.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 12.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Salary, one week 26.92 



$ 166.4: 



March 10, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Salary, one week 26.92 

C. M. Davidson — ^Salary, one week 25.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 15.00 



$ 78.92 
March 16, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Salary, one week 26.92 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 25.00 



$ 63.92 
March 23, 1920. 

Amedee Lapointe— Salary on account $ 26.92 

Graziella Brooks — ^Salary, one week 12.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 25.00 



$ 63.92 
March 30, 1920 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

Amedee Lapointe — Balance of salary as S. of W. & M. 50.00 

Amedee Lapointe — ^Balance of salary as Tax Collector 26.92 



224 CITY OF BEELIN 

Ira W. Thayer — ^Balance of salary as City Solicitor... 50.00 

Councilmen's Payroll — Balance of salary 53.00 

W. D. Bryant — Services as Auditor 75.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 25.00 



$ 291.92 

April 6, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary as Building Inspector from 

March 1 to April 1 37.50 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 20.00 



$ 69.50 
April 13, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 12.00 

A. T. Byrnes — Salary to Septeml)er as Auditor 100.00 

Mary E. Morgan — ^Salary, one week 15.00 



$ 127.00 



April 20, 1920. 

W. A. Hodgdon — On account, service as Assessor $ 200.00 

Alfred Lauziere — On account, services as Assessor.... 200.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week plus increase 21.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 12.00 



$ 433.00 



April 27, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — ^Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



$ 33.00 
May 4, 1920. 

H. M. Moffett— Salary for month of April $ 116.67 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 

Alfred Lauziere — 'Salary for month of April 37.50 

O. J. Coulombe— Salary for month of April 50.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

Ulric Duval— Salary for month of April 125.00 

$ 362.17 



SALAEIES 225 



May 11, 1920. 



Graziella Brooks — ^Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



M'ay 18, 1920. 



June 1, 1920. 



June 15, 1920. 



33.00 



Alfred Lauziere — On account, services as Assessor.... $ 100.00 

J. H. Woodward — On account, services as Assessor. . . . 300.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 



$ 433.00 
May 25, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15. oU 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



33.00 



O. J. Coulombe — Salary, month of May $ 50.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

Ulric Duval — Salary, month of May 125.00 

H. M. Moffett— Salary, month of May 116.67 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary, month of May 37.50 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



$ 362.17 
June 8, 1920. 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week $ 18.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 



33.00 



Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



33.00 



226 CITY OF BEELIN 

June 22, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



$ 83.00 



June 29, 1920. 

Jennie Sheridan — Clerical services for Assessors .$ 150.00 

W. A. Hodgdon — Balance services as Assessor 300.00 

J. H. Woodward — Balance due as Assessor 200.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



$ 683.00 

July 6, 1920. 

H. M. Moffett— Salary for month of June $ 116.67 

0. J. Coulombe — Salary for month of June 50.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Services as Assessor 200.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

Ulric Duval — Salary for month of June 125.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary for month of. June 37.50 



$ 562.17 
July 13, 1920. 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week $ 18.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 



$ 33.00 
July 20, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



$ 33.00 

July 27, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Beatrice Morgan — Substituting in City Clerk's office 

one week 12. oo 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



$ 45.00 



SALARIES 227 



Aiio-ust 3, 1920. 



O. J. Coulombe — Salary, month of July $ 50.00 

H. M. Moffett— Salary, month of July 116.67 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary, month of July 37.50 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 

Ulric Duval— Salary, month of July 125.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 



August 10, 1920. 



362.1^ 



Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



$ 33.00 
August 17, 1920. 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week $ 18.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

Payroll — Committeemen 137.50 

Payroll — Couneilmen 400.00 



$ 570.50 
August 24, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



$ 33.00 

August 31, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15.0(1 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 

H. W. Noyes — Salary to Sept. 1 183.30 

Eli J. King — One-half salary as Mayor 350.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary for month of August 37.50 



$ 603.80 

September 7, 1920. 

Ulric Duval — Salary, month of August $ 125.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 



I'i'S CITY OF BERLIN 

H. M. Moflfett — Salary, nioiitli of August 167.67 

O. J. Coulombe — Salary, month of August 50.00 

JVIary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



$ 324.67 

September 14, 1920. 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week $ 18.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 



September 21, 1920. 



September 28, 1920. 



33.00 



Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



33.00 



Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 



$ 33.00 

October 5, 1920. 

O. J. Coulombe — Salary, month of September $ 50.00 

H. M. Moffett— Salary, month of Se])tember 116.67 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

Ulric Duval — ^Salary, month of September 125.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary, month of September 37.50 



$ 362.17 
October 12, 1920. 

A. B. Forbush — Six months' salary $ 175.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 18.00 

$ 208.00 



SALAEIES oot) 

October 19, 1920. 

Graziclla Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15 oo 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 1800 



$ 3H.01) 
October 26, 1920. 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week $ is.oo 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 



$ 33.00 

November 2, 1920. 

H. M. Moffett— Salary, month of October $ 116.67 

O. J. Coulombe — Salary, month of October 50.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary, month of October 37.50 

Mary Morrison— Substituting in City Clerk's office 

eight days -^g y,j 

Mary E. Morgan— Salary, one week 1800 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week I5 Oq 

Ulric Duval— Salary, month of October 12.5.00 



$ 378.17 
November 9, 1920. 

Ira W. Thayer— Four months' salary as Probation Offi- 

^^^ $ 25.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 21 00 

$ 61.00 
November 16, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15 00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 21.00 

$ 36.00 
November 23, 1920. 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week $ 21.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week I5 OO 

$ 36.00 



230 CITY OF BERLIN 

November 30, 1920. 

Graviella Brooks — Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 21.00 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary, month of November 37.50 



$ 73.50 

December 7, 1920. 

Ulric Duval — Salary, month of November $ 125.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week. . 21.00 

O. J. Coulombe — Salary, month of November 50.00 

H. M. Moffett — Salary, month of November 116.67 



$ 327.67 
December 14, 11)20. 

Graziella Brooks — ^Salary, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 21.00 



$ 36.00 
December 21, 1920. 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week $ 21.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 



$ 36.00 



December 28, 1920. 

Graziella Brooks — Salarj^, one week $ 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 21.00 



$ 36.00 

January 4, 1921. 

Ulric Duval — Salary, month of December $ 125.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

O. J. Coulombe — Salary, month of December 50.00 

H. M. Moffett— Salary, month of December 116.67 

Alfred Lauziere — Salary, month of December 37.50 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 21.00 

$ 365.17 



SALAEIES 231 



January 11, 1921. 



Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week $ 21.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary one week 15.00 



January 18, 1921. 



36.00 



Oouncilmen's Payroll — Aug. 17, 1920, to and includin- 

Jan. 11, 1921 $ 402.00 

Committeemen's Payroll — Balance due 137.50 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 21.00 



$ 575.50 

January 25, 1921. 

Eli J. King — Balance salary as Mayor $ 350.00 

O. J. Coulombe — -Salary, month of January 50.00 

A. B. Forbush — Six months' salary 175.00 

H. M. Moffett — Salary, month of January 116.67 

Mary E. Morgan — Salary, one week 21.00 

Ulric Duval — Salary on account as S. of W. & M 250.00 

Ulric Duval — Salary, month of January as Tax Collector 125.00 

Graziella Brooks — Salary, one week 15.00 

$ 1,102.67 



State Tax 



Credit 
June 8, 1921. 
Appropriation $ 35,460.00 



Debit 

November 30, 1920. 
State of New Hampshire— State tax $ 35,460.00 



Tax Sales 



Credit 



January 31, 1921. 
Tax titles sold $ 598. s;5 

January 31, 1921. 
Balance 2,599.90 

$ 3,198. 7;f 



Debit 

February 1, 1920. 
Balance $ 3,082.34 

March 30, 1920. 
Amedee Lapointe — Tax sales to the City of Berlin, 

resident property ; $ 116. .'59 



Parks and Playgrounds 



Credit 

February 1, 1920. 
Balance $ 24,540.08 

January 31, 1921. 
City Clerk 150.00 

$ 24,690.08 



Debit 

Total expenditure .$ 15,420.39 

Balance unexpended 9,269.69 

$ 24,690.08 
May 25, 1920. 

Payroll — ^Bartlett School grounds $ 270.00 

June 1, 1920. 

Payroll — Bartlett School grounds $ 328.00 

June 8, 1920. 

Curtis Hardware Store — Six shovels .$ 11.10 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 28.74 

Payroll — Week ending June 5 265.00 

$ 304.84 
June 15, 1920. 

Payroll — Bartlett School grounds week ending June 12 $ 336.00 

June 22, 1920. 

Payroll — Week ending June 19 $ 333.50 

June 29, 1920. 

Payroll — Week ending June 26 $ 436.75 

O, W. Fernald — 65 yards loam at 25c per yard 16.25 



234 CITY OF BERLIN 

Brown Co. — Lumber, and steel shovels 74.36 



$ 527.36 
July 6, 1920. 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Team hire $ 1.00 

O. W. Feruald— 168 yards loam 42.00 

Payroll— Week ending July 3 613.00 



$ 65P.00 
July 13, 1920. 

O. W. Fernald— 1831/2 yards loam at 25c $ 45.94 

Payroll — Week ending July 10 588.00 



$ 633.94 



July 20, 1920. 
J. F. Bell & Sons Co. — 24 cords dressing at $1.50 per 

cord $ 36.00 

O, W. Fernald— 117 yards loam at 25c 29.25 

Payroll— Week ending July 17 593.00 



$ 658.25 



July 27, 1920. 

Payroll — ^Week ending July 24 $ 564.75 

O. W. Fernald— 79 loads loam; 134% yards at 25c 33.94 



$ 598.69 



August 3, 1920. 

John Goebel & Sons — ^Seed $ 7.25 

O. W. Fernald— 951/2 yards loam at 25e 23.88 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Shovels and rakes 14.00 

Payroll— Bartlett School grounds, week ending July 31 520.50 

Curtis Hardware Store — ^Supplies 15.65 

Payroll— G. T. R. R. parks 35.00 

$ 616.28 



PAEKS AND PLAYGEOUNDS 235 

August 10, 1920. 

Payroll— Week ending Sept. 7, Memorial Park $ 110.00 

Payroll — Week ending Sejit. 7, Bartlett School grounds 306.00 



$ 416.00 

August 17, 1920. 

Payroll — Week ending Aug. 1-4 $ 274.50 

Payroll— Week ending Aug. 14 65.00 



$ 339.50 
August 24, 1920. 

Payroll — Bartlett School groundSj week ending Aug. 21 $ 339.50 

Payroll — Memorial Park, week ending Aug. 21 145.00 



$ 484.50 

August 31, 1920. 

Payroll — -Bartlett School grounds, week ending Aug. 28 $ 382.00 

Payroll — Memorial Park, week ending Aug. 28 165.00 



$ 547.00 



September 7, 1920. 
Payroll — Bartlett School grounds, week ending Sept. 4 $ 279.50 
Payroll— Memorial Park, week ending Sept. 4 196.25 



$ 475.75 
September 14, 1920. 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies $ 52.65 

O. W. Fernald— 99% yards loam 24.87 

Payroll — Memorial Park, week ending Sept. 11 175.00 

Payroll — Bartlett School grounds, w^eek ending Sepi. 11 212.50 



$ 465.02 



September 21, 1920. 

O. W. Fernald— 106% yards loam $ 26.69 

Payroll — Bartlett School grounds, week ending Sept. 18 260.00 

Payroll — Memorial Park, week ending Sept. 18 147.50 

$ 434.19 



236 CITY OF BERLIN 

September 28, 1920. 

O. W. Fernald— 150% yards loam at 25e $ 37.69 

Payroll — Memorial Park, week ending Sept. 25 165.00 

Payroll — Bartlett School grounds, week ending Sept. 25 263.00 



$ 465.69 

October 5, 1920. 

Payroll — Memorial Park, week ending Oct. 2 $ 286.50 

Payroll— Bartlett School grounds, week ending Oct. 2 91.00 

$ 377.50 

October 12, 1920. 

Payroll^Week ending Oct. 19 $ 426.25 

October 19, 1920. 

People's Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies $ 6.05 

Payroll— Memorial Park 449.00 



$ 455.05 

October 26, 1920. 

Payroll— Bartlett School grounds $ 345.00 

Payroll— Memorial Park 197.50 

J. E. Byron — ^Concrete curbing, excavating and truck- 
ing $ 156.90 

J. E. Byron — 33.08 yards concrete curbing, seven catch 

basins 895.0S 

O. W. Fernald— Loam 30.12 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 6.55 

A. A. Fancy — Labor 1.95 

A. Lessard — Loam 40.50 



$ 1,673.60, 

November 2, 1920. 
Grand Trunk E. R. — Leased land, Jan. 1, 1920, to Jan. 

1, 1921 $ 10.00 

Public Works Dept.— Credits 691.55 

Public Works Dept. — Pipe, manhole and grate 31.19 

Riva & Stanley— Pipe stubs 9.10 

$ 741.84 



PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS 237 

November 16, 1920. 

Mason land (credit) — 133% yards loam $ 33.44 

Mason land (credit) — 120 yards loam 30.00 



$ 63.44 

December 14, 1920. 

Smith-Poley Press — Sheet cards $ 7.75 

A. C. Wight — Posting bills two days 20.00 



$ 27.75 

January 18, 1921. 
Public Works Dept. — Credit due Public Works Dept. . . $ 2,764.45 



Sidewalb 



Credit 

June S, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 1,151.50 

January 3, 1921. 
Overdraft to Transfer Account 722.40 



$ 1,873.90 



Debit 



August 10, 1920. 

J. A. Wagner — 574.5 sqiiare feet land for sidewalk pur- 
poses on Main Street $ 800.00 

August 17, 1920. 

Berlin Savings Bank & Trust Co. — Land for sidewalk 

purposes on Main Street $ 341.55 

September 14, 1920. 

A. M. Stahl — Land for sidewalk purposes on Main 

Street $ 457.35 

January 11, 1921. 

Buber & Brideau — Land for sidewalk in front of Par- 
ent Building, so-called . $ 275.00 



Real Estate 



Credit 

November 27, 1920. 
Parks and Playgrounds $ 63.44 

December 1, 1920. 
City Clerk 199.75 

January 31, 1921. 
Balance 6,236.81 

$ 6,500.00 

Debit 

August 10, 1920. 
Berlin National Bank — B. G. Mason note and mortgage 
payable to W. G. Dupont and Merrill Shurtleff on 
\and bought by City of Berlin on Jericho road as 
per deed $ 6,500.00 

West Milan Road 

Credit 

June 11, 1919. 
Appropriation $ 5,000.00 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation 1,000.00 

$ 6,000.00 

Debit 

November 2, 1920. 
John Aborio— W'ork on West :\Iilan Eoad $ 2,500.00 

November 30, 1920. 
John Aborio — Work on West Milan Eoad $ 2,000.00 

October 13, 1920. 
Credit Public Works .- . $ 1,500.00 



State Bonus 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation .' . $ 4,728.00 



Debit 

November 30, 1920. . 
State of New Hampshire— State bonus $ 4,728.09 



St. Louis Hospital 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $ 300,00 



Debit 

January 25, 1921. 
St. Louis Hospital — 'Appropriation $ 300.00 



City Stable 



Credit 

January 31, 1921. 
Overdraft $ 8,005.00 



Debit 

H. C. Bates — Services as architect on City Stable $ 5.00 

J. E. Byron — 375 feet excavation for water main to 

stable at $1.90 per foot 500.00 

J. E. Byron — Basement of stable as per contract, pay- 
ment 80% of cost of work completed 4,500.00 

$ 5,005.00 

January 11, 1921. 
J. E. Byron — Digging ditch for water to City Stable 

on account $ 500.00 

January 25, 1921. 
J. E. Byron — Work on City Stable on account $ 2,500.00 



Public Works Department 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $135,000.00 

January 31, 1921. 
Credits from City Clerk and other different sources... 27,339.16 



$162,339.16 



Debit 



Total expenditure $159,592.45 

Transfer Account, amount unexpended 2,746.71 

$162,339.16 

February 3, 1920. 

E. Corey & Co.— Supplies $ 27.76 

Helga Knutson — Express paid 1.02 

O. A. Dussault — Supplies 8.37 

United Shoe Store Co. — Rubber boots 4.95 

Curtis Hardware Store — ^Supplies 17.44 

F. L. Blake— Supplies 257.50 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Power, lamps 62.98 

G. O. Holt & Sons— Hay 97.49 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal . 25.08 

Peter Cote^Labor, supplies 21.95 

Berlin Water Co.— Water rent 48.00 

F. L. Brannen — -Services as City Engineer 68.40 

Toohey Auto Co. — Stove, stove pipe and elbow. 13.00 

Payroll — ^Men and teams 868.62 

Grand Trunk Lines in N. E. — Sewer pipe rent 3.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 4.08 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



243 



Ingersoll Sergeant Drill Co. — Supplies 

Simon Stahl & Son— Fuel 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 

Eli J. King — Supplies 

John Goebel & Sons — Oats, feed and salt 

Berlin Garage — Labor and supplies 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting barn and 
fountain lieat 



February 17, 1920. 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Power 

Edward Lettre — 'Work done on Gates Hill Road. 
Francis Bisson — Work done on Gates Hill Road. 

Helga Knutson — Express paid 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freight 

O. W. Fernald— Stamps 

F. L. Brannen — ^Services as City Engineer 

Payroll— Men and teams 



49.50 

69.73 

25.05 

2.10 

127.25 

154.47 

26.44 



$ 1,984.18 

February 10, 1920. 

Payroll — Men and teams $ 1,146.39 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freight .53 



$ 1,146.92 



65.72 

23.18 

36. IS 

.95 

.62 

1.00 

61.70 

1,203.09 



$ 1,392.44 



February 2-!, 1920. 

Joseph Nolette — Team and man on West Milan Road.. $ 

Robert Sturgeon — Labor 

Payroll- — Men and teams 



March 2, 1920. 

Joseph Nolette — Team and man $ 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting barn 

John Goebel & Sons — Feed, salt, hay and oats 

The Book Store — Supplies 

James Hinchey — Use of horse 



15.00 

2.00 

1,323.40 



$ 1,340.40 



1 .10 

3.87 

102.24 

5.00 

40.00 



244 CITY OF BEELIN 

J. H. Woodward— Gravel 24.50 

O. W. Fernald— Postage 1.00 

A. A. Fancy— Iron 3.97 

Buffalo Steam Eoller Co. — Supplies 14.19 

N. H. Garage — Gasoline . 3.60 

E. Corey & Co.— Supplies 18.68 

Henry C. Oleson— Supplies 22.21 

Berlin Garage — Labor, supplies 135.02 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Two hardwood boards 23.60 

H. F. Dale— Supplies 1.35 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 47.02 

Joseph H. Roy — Wood 49.75 

Eoyal Typewriter Co. — One typewriter 107.50 

Simon Stahl & Son— Wood and coal 41.23 

Payroll — Men and teams. 1,247.46 



$ 1,899.94 



March 10, 1920. 

Helga Knutson — Express paid $ 1.13 

Edward Lettre — Men and teams on Gates Hill 16.31 

Francis Bisson — Men and teams on Gates Hill 59.00 

O. W. Fernald — 80 yards sand and gravel at sand pits 
at 25c per square yard, $20; cr. 14 yards from 

cemetery pits at 25e, $3.50 16.50 

J. Thomas Enman — Labor 12.10 

Payroll — Men and teams 1,680.95 



$ 1,785.99 



March 16, 1920.' 

Payroll— M'en and teams $ 2,283.24 

Nap. Rouleau — Moving house on Glen Avenue 60.00 

Helga Knutson — Express paid 2.04 

Ooos Telephone Co. — Service 6.30 

George W. Parker — Lunches 10.75 

F. L. Brannen — Services as City Engineer 58.50 

Felix Guillmette— Lunches (6) 3.90 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Labor 12.50 

S. D. Tilton — ^Paving on Church, Green and Mechanic 

Streets 7,122.42 

$ 9,559.65 



PUBLIC WOEKS DEPAETIVIENT 



245 



March 23, 1920. 

Payroll — Men and teams 

O. W. Fernald — Postage 

H. A. St. Laurent — Team and man. 



1,296.75 
1.00 
9.;^7 



March 30, 1920. 

Payroll — Men and teams 

Edward Lettre — Labor on Gates Hill Koad 

Francois Bisson — Labor on Gates Hill Eoad 

Francois Dionne — Labor on Gates Hill Eoad 

Adrain Dionne — Labor on Gates Hill Eoad 

Joseph Gagne — Labor on Gates Hill Eoad 

Midas Poirier — Labor on Gates Hill Eoad 

John Poirier — Labor on Gates Hill Eoad 

A. Therrien — Disability by cause of injury while work- 
ing for city 

W. W. B'urlingame — Liability insurance 

Grand Trunk E. E. — Freight 

Joseph Makorich — Eepairing fence damaged by snow 
plow 



$ 1,307.12 



1,100.58 
44.60 
58.48 
35.17 
35.17 
4.00 
15.47 
20.16 

12S.75 

61.60 

1.44 

2.50 



$ 1,507.92 

April 6, 1920. 

E. Corey & Co. — Supplies $ 68.07 

Franklin Printery^ — Supplies 30.85 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting and fountain 

heat , 14.22 

O. W. Fernald — Express paid .63 

International Motor Co. — Parts for Mack truck 39.82 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 8.56 

International Harvester Go. — Parts for International 

truck 109.87 

A. A. Fancy — Supplies 11.41 

C. L. Bowley — Services 8.00 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co. — One horse fed .50 

United Shoe Store Co. — Boots 50.55 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 60.69 

Barney-Eeporter Press — Bill heads, time cards 26.45 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 91.20 



246 CITY OF BERLIN 

East Side Meat & Grocery Co. — 40 bushels oats 48.00 

Peter Cote— Supplies 12.20 

Berlin Shoe & Rubber Rep. Shop — Patch on rubber 

boots .20 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Lumlaor for International 

truck 8.60 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal 25.75 

Simon Stahl & Son — Goal and wood 72.19 

John Goebel & Sons— Salt 10.00 

Berlin Garage — Labor, supplies 6.65 

Eli J. King — Supplies 6.15 

P>. & M. R. R.— Sewer pipe permit 2.25 

Payroll — Men and teams 1,027.44 



$ 1,740.25 



April 13, 1920. 

Dr. L. B. Marcou— Refund $ 11.32 

Midas Poirier — Shoveling snow 11.25 

Edouard Lettre — Labor 13.12 

Lazare B'isson — Labor and team 4.00 

Francois Bisson — Labor 43.87 

Francis Brannen — Services as City Engineer 52.25 

Payroll — ^Men and teams 1,174.31 



$ 1,310.12 
April 20, 1920. 

O. W. Fernald — Postage and express $ 2.52 

Payroll — Men and teams week ending Ajiril 17 1,127.81 



$ 1,130.33 
Ai)ril 27, 1920. 

O. W. Fernald — Express paid $ 1.45 

Helga Knutson — Express paid 1.45 

Joseph Nolett — Putting up fence and rejjlacing stone 

wall 9.00 

Payroll — Men and teams 1,204.25 

$ 1,216.15 



PUBLIC WOEKS DEPAETMENT 247 

May 4, 1920. 

N. H. Garage — Labor, supplies $ 206.19 

Winslow & Co.— Pipe 383.15 

E. Corey & Co.— Supplies 16.05 

C. W. Mackay — Labor on trucks and painting, also let- 
tering garbage cans 61.75 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 3.98 

Barney-Eeporter Press — -Printing 3.25 

Lazare Bisson — Damage done by crossing his land for 

road 12.00 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Supplies and labor 32.05 

Henry Blackburn — Two trips with auto 1.00 

The Book Store — -Supplies 3.25 

Dyar Supply Co. — Push brooms 24.50 

N. E. Eoad Machine Co. — Eaisiiig rach guide and 

bracket 25.20 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal 12.80 

Standard Oil Co. of New York— Gasoline 63.43 

Eiva & Stanley Co.— Supplies 10.13 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co. — Use of horse six days 12.00 

City Garage — Labor, supplies 86.95 

Barney-Eeporter Press — 1,000 vouchers 18.00 

John Goebel & Sons — Feed, oats, salt, bran 117.45 

F. L. Brannen — Services as City Engineer 45.00 

Eli J. King— Oil, soda 2.46 

B. & M. E. E.— Freight 27.73 

Mack Motor Truck Co.— Supplies 40.04 

International Harvester Co. — Eepairs 2.22 

East Side Meat & Grocery Co. — Oats, feed and hay. . . . 245.67 

The Berlin Garage — Labor, supplies 66.37 

Grand Trunk E. E.— Freight 63.07 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Light ang power 79.98 

Payroll — Men and teams week ending May 1 1,140.48 



$ 2,806.15 



May 11, 1920. 

Winslow & Co. — Pipe $ 408.93 

Peter Cote — Labor, supplies 41.90 

Grand Trunk E. E. — Freight .50 

Helga Knutson — Express paid 2.00 



248 CITY OF BEELIN 

Payroll — Week ending May 8 l,32-t.55 

$ 1,777.88 
May 18, 1920. 

O. W. Fernald — Postage .$ 1.00 

Joseph Jocque — 26 days at one-half pay 55.25 

Payroll — Week ending May 15 1,353. .37 

Kolesch & Co. — Engineer supplies 267.00 

$ 1,676.62 
May 25, 1920. 

Grand Trunk E. E. — Freight $ 1.59 

Payroll — Week ending May 22 1,477.92 



$ 1,479.51 

June 1, 1920. 

C. L. Berger & Co. — Steel chain tape $ 10.62 

The Barrett Co. — Patching material 95.95 

E. Corey & Co. — Supplies 87.75 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Supplies 41.53 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 27.46 

Sullivan Machine Co. — Supplies $ 48.78 

Standard Oil Co of New York— Gasoline 186.05 

Eoyal Typewriter Co. — Eibbons 4.50 

A. N. McCready — Nails 7.00 

M. Bourassa — Use of horse 29% days 14.75 

Henry Blackburn — Four tires 91.14 

A. Lavallee — Professional services to Jacques 5. GO 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 35.92 

Joseph H. King — Cement 508.50 

East Side Meat & Grocery Co. — Oats, hay 390.76 

Simon Stahl & Son— Coal 11.97 

Berlin Garage — Labor, supplies, storage 13.00 

Ingersoll Eand Co. — Sujjplies 1.29 

Mack Motor Truck Co. — Supplies 2.39 

Sinclair Eefining Co. — Oil and grease 189.48 

Bell & Walker Co. — Eakes, shims and wedges 19.40 

Payroll — Men and teams week ending May 29 1,705.68 

Buffalo Steam Eoller Co.— One scarifier 950.00 

$ 4,448.92 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 249 

June 8, 1920. 

Payroll — Week ending June 5 $ 2 132.78 

Smith-Poley Press — 500 second sheets 1.50 

Berlin Shoe & Rubber Rep. Co. — Repairs 4.0.5 

N. H. Garage — Labor, supplies (5.68 

Eli J. King — Supplies 3.36 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting and power.. 29.77 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 7.08 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co.— Telegram .77 

J. E. Byron — Steps and wall in front of Goss resi- 
dence and one-half of sidewalk in front of North- 
ern Auto Co. . . 903.85 

F. L. Blake — Supplies 387.91 

B. & M. R. R.— Freight 63 43 

$ 3,541.18 
June 15, 1920. 

O. W. Fernald — Postage ^ 1 00 

Payroll — Week ending June 12, men and teams 2,210.57 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 22.41 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co.— Supplies 14.66 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— One collar I.75 

Joseph H. Roy — Wood 63.50 

F. W. Baker — Surveying level and tripod 40.00 

Frank Whitham — Labor 73.78 

Melvin Witham-7-Labor 3 75 

Morris Witham — Labor 3.75 

Arthur Laeasse — Labor 5 00 

J. E. Byron — Glen Avenue sidewalk, west side 652.91 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 123.70 

$ 3,216.78 
June 22, 1920. 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road $ 30.00 

E. McCourt Macy — Plans traced 3.75 

O. W. Fernald — Express paid I.59 

B. & M. R. R.— Freight 3. 10 

Thomas Baril — Gas welding on steam roller 2.50 

Arthur Ricard — Wood 72.00 

Payroll — Week ending June 19 2 300.75 

$ 2,413.7:1 



250 CITY OF BEELIN 

June 29, 1920. 
J. E. Bvron — Concreting and excavating on Exchange 

Street and east side of Glen Avenue $ 1,200.60 

B. & M. K. E.— Freight 14.49 

Frank Wiiithnm — Labor on state road 30.00 

Payroll— Week ending June 26 2,160.22 

$ 3,405.31 

July 6, 1920. 

Winslow & Co.— Pipe '. $ 371.13 

John Goebel & Sons Co. — 'Oats and bran 61.60 

Sinclair Eefining Co.— Oil 44.97 

Good Eoads Machine Co. — Eefilling broom, one pair 

dies and toggle seats 218.17 

Berlin Water Co.- — Labor on water tub at Berlin Mills 17.66 

Waldo Bros. & Bond Co.— Supplies 40.50 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal 19.12 

Mack Motor Truck Co.— One jackshaft 18.90 

Barney-Eeporter Press — 200 envelopes 2.70 

Berlin Foundry & Machine Co. — Labor, supplies 710.15 

Buffalo Steam Eoller Co.— Supplies 3.80 

Standard Oil Co. of New York— Gas 199.95 

Independent Coal Tar Co. — Patching compound 54.36 

Simon Stahl & Son— One " Y " and coal 32.01 

V. E. Therrien— One Ford truck body 8.00 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Supplies and labor 23.20 

The Berlin Garage — ^Labor and supplies 68.95 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co. — One hair sweat pad 1.75 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service 12.33 

Frank Whitham — ^Labor on state road 30.00 

J. E. Byron — 116.35 yards cement sidewalk on Main 

Street and excavating, and 144.7 yards cement 

sidewalk on Exchange Street and excavating 757.04 

Earl Enman — Light oil and gas for State truck on road 

from Concord to Berlin 4.20 

Payroll— Week ending July 3 2,552.28 

$ 5,252.77 



PUBLIC WOEKS DEPARTMENT 251 

July 13, 1920. 

0. W. Fernald — Postage $ LOO 

Hclga Knutson — Express paid 1.26 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freight 27..38 

Frank Wiliitham — Labor on state road 27.50 

Earl Farnham — 20 gallons gas state truck 6.60 

Payroll — Week ending July 10 2,312.60 



2,376.34 



July 20, 1920. 

Payroll — Week ending July 17 $ 3,002.83 

Grand Trunk R. R. — Freight 5.00 

F. W. Whitham — Labor on state road 30.00 

■J. E. Byron — Sidewalk and excavating on soutli side of 
Washington Street and curbings on Washington, 

Main and Exchange Streets 1,881.29 



$ 4,919.12 

July 27, 1920. 

Berlin Garage— One White truck $ 4,428.90 

Winslow & Co. — Pipe 321.89 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freiglit 30.16 

Boston & Maine R. R. — Freight 10.63 

Eugene Dietzgen Co. — Ink, City Engineer .89 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 30.00 

Payroll — Week ending July 24 2,629.21 

C. R. Davis — Insurance, International truck 53.00 



$ 7,504.68 
August 3, 1920. 

Simon Stahl & Son — Pipe and coal $ 64.73 

Penn Metal Co.— Pipes 138.90 

Good Roads Machine Co. — One broom refilled 24.50 

C. N. Hodgdon Co. — Coal 50.58 

Riva & Stanley Co. — Supplies, labor 12.73 

A. N. McCready— 15 shovels 26.00 

East Side Meat & Grocery. Co.— ^Oats and bran 185.50 

E. M. Cross Machine Co. — ^One stone crusher jaw 57.04 

C. E. Swail — To veterinarv services 10.00 



-52 CITY OF BEELIN 

The Barrett Co. — Ten barrels Tarvia 100.60 

E. Corey & Co. — Sujjplies 24.42 

Curtis Hardware Store — ^^Supplies 74.55 

Standard Oil Co. of New York — Gas 193.75 

Berlin Foundry & Machine Co. — Labor, supplies 53.75 

Henry Blackburn — Taking contractor to Jericho Eoad 2.00 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting one month 

and power 96.63 

Dyar Sujiply Co. — Push brooms 30.00 

Eli J. King — Supplies 11.1. 5 

F. L. Blake — One blade and bolts 10.00 

Peter Cote- — Labor, supplies 22.03 

Boston & Maine R. E. — Freight 20.70 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Labor, supplies 33.65 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Pipe, " Y, " long 

bend 16.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service • 5.50 

Victor C. Smith — Labor on culverts and 113 loads 

gravel 36.20 

J. E. Byron — Concrete walk and excavating on Wash- 
ington S'reet from School to Emery Streets 598.85 

Berlin Garage — ^Labor, supplies 656.96 

John Goebel & Sons — Hay, oats 339.54 

Payroll — Week ending July 31 2,802.14 

S. D. Tilton — 1,001.3 yards of bituminous concrete on 
Glen Avenue at $2.50; covering 312.7 on Glen Ave- 
nue, laying 942.7 yards bituminous concrete on Ex- 
change Street and covering 1,017.2 on Main, Me- 
chanic and Green Square 7,852.47 



$ 13,550.86 



August 10, 1920. 

O. W. Fernald— Postage $ 1.00 

F. L. Gleason — -Veterinary services 14.00 

Grand Trunk E. E.— Freight 10.00 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 15.00 

Payroll— Week ending Aug. 7 2,727.72 

$ 2,767.72 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 253 

August 17, 1920. 

Payroll— Week ending Aug. 14 $ 2,387.52 

Francis B'rannen — Express and ])ostage 2.57 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 27.50 



$ 2,417.59 
August 24, 1920. 

Winslow & Co.— Cement $ 615.28 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freight .50 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting barn 1.44 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 30.00 

Payroll— Week ending Aug. 21 2,429.78 



$ 3,077.00 

August 31, 1920. 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freight $ .81 

J. E. Byron — Laying 364.17 square yards cement side- 
walk at $2.40 and excavating 364.17 square yards 
cement sidewalk at 50c on Washington Street and 

resetting curb on Washington Street 1,316.37 

Winslow & Co.— Pipe 449.33 

Frank Whitham— Labor on state road 27.50 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freight t . . . 27.50 

Thomas Baril- Welding 21.25 

Payroll— Week ending Aug. 28 2,362.07 



$ 4,204.83 



September 7, 1920. 

1-ayroll— Week ending Sept. 4 $ 1,869.76 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 10.31 

Ingersoll Rand Co. — Supplies 79.56 

Berlin Shoe & Rubber Repair Shop — Repairs 1.10 

Simon Stahl & Son— Coal 58.22 

O. A. Dussault— Supplies 25.21 

Boston & Maine R. R.— Freight 141.00 

E. M. Cross Machine Co. — Supplies, labor 58.07 

S. D. Tilton — 2,311.59 square yards concrete on East 
Mason Street, crosswalks on School Street, side- 
walks on School Street, crosswalks and sidewalks 

on Prospect Street, and crushed rock 6,374.36 



254 CITY OF BERLIN 

Twin State Gas & Eloctric Co. — Power 56.41 

Concord Auto Repair Co. — Labor on truck 6.00 

A. A. Fancy— Set boxes 5.00 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing- 25.95 

John Goebel & Sons Co. — Bran and oats 108.50 

Eli J. King — Supplies 82.95 

Mack Motor Truck Co.— Fan belt 16.60 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — ^Supplies, labor 8.45 

E. Corey & Co. — Supplies 85.54 

Standard Oil Co. of New York— Gasoline 26;j.50 

Independent Coal Tar Co. — Patching compound 46.98 

Northern Auto Co. — Labor 8.40 

Berlin Foundry & Machine Co. — Labor^ supplies 676.65 

Louis J. Oliver — House numbers 21.66 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — SuiDplies 24.25 

G. H. Holt Electric Co.— Supplies, labor 31.41 

The Book Store — ^Supplies 5.80 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 30.00 

Berlin Garage — Labor and supplies 83.63 

N. H. Garage — Labor and supplies 37.96 

O. W. Fernald— Postage 1.00 

Berlin Water Co. — Water rent and moving hydrant on 

Exchange Street 273.0:! 

.$ 10,517.26 
September 14, 1920. 

Joseph Nolette — Digging ditch $ 10.00 

Helga Knutson — Express paid .77 

Sam Decoto — Spikes .28 

Arthur Ricard — Three cords blasting wood 36.00 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 30.00 

Payroll— Week ending Sept. 11 1,482.31 

$ 1,559.36 
September 21, 1920. 

Payroll— Week ending Sept. 18 $ 1,795.29 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 30.00 

Francis Brannen — Two telegrams 1.29 

0. W. Fernald— Postage 1.00 



PUBLIC WOEKS DEPARTMENT 255 

John Aborito — Work ou Federal aid road leading to 

West Milan 1,500.00 

J. E. Byron — Willard and Exchange Street sidewalks. . 1,338.08 



$ 4,665.66 



September 28, 1920. 

Payroll— AVeek ending Sept. 25 $ 1,596.32 

J. E. Byron — Excavating and filling on Willard and 
Exchange Streets and laying concrete and excavat- 
ing on Green Street and Second Avenue 1,362.49 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 30.00 



$ 2,988.81 
October 5, 1920. 

North East Metal Culvert Co. — Five Annco culverts. . $ 188.50 

B, & M. R. R. — Sewer pipe permit 2.25 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 25.00 

Standard Oil Co. — ^Gasoline 267.20 

N. E. Road Machine Co. — Drive chain and nozzles 47.90 

Loring, Short & Harmon — Supplies, engineer 1.20 

F. R. Laiigworthy — Copy description, engineer . .75 

Simon Stahl & Son — Coal and pipe 51.15 

A. N. McCready— Shovels 39.00 

Smith-Poley Press — Supplies, reports 17.25 

O. A. Dussault — ^^Supplies 1.45 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Light and power for 

September 44.06 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freight .50 

Berlin Garage — Supplies and labor 99.32 

E. Corey & Co. — Supplies 7.11 

Eli J. King— Oil 2.50 

J. F. Bell & Sous Co. — Ice at blacksmith shop for Aug- 
ust and September 4.20 

East Side Meat & Grocery Co. — Oats and bran 85.70 

John Goebel & Sons Co. — Oats and bran 128.85 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Supplies 16.25 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 59.31 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 13.53 

Thomas Baril — Repairs on trucks 6.25 

Payroll — Week ending Oct. 2 1,487.84 

$ 2,597.07 



256 CITY OF BERLIN 

October 12, 1920. 

O. W. Feriiald — ^Express and postage $ 2.20 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 30.00 

International Oil Co. — Oil 146.05 

Helga Knutson — Express paid .60 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 6.18 

Frank H. Cross— Hay 118.89 

Payroll — .Week ending- Oct. 9 1,665.46 

S. D. Tilton — Laying concrete street, sidewalks and 
crosswalks on Second Avenue, concrete on Main 

Street, sidewalk and crosswalks at Berlin Mills... 12,670.61 



$ 14,639.99 

October 19, 1920. 

Payroll— Week ending Oct. 16 $ 1,634.68 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 30.00 

O. W. Fernald — Man helping Johnson at cemetery 2.00 



$ 1,666.68 

October 26, 1920. 

Payroll— Week ending Oct. 23 $ 1,254.30 

Thomas Enman — Labor on Croteau Hill 76.80 

Grand Trunk E. E.— Freight 41.85 

J. E. Byron — Work done on School Street, Second Ave- 
nue and Willard Street ' 1,198.16 

Frank Whitham — Labor on state road 30.00 



■ $ 2,601.11 
November 2, 1920. 

Payroll-^Week ending Oct. 30 $ 1,163.82 

E. Corey & Co. — Driving shoes and calks 35.66 

Berlin Foundry & Machine Co. — ^Supplies 149.58 

Eiva & Stanley Co. — Labor and supplies 3.30 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting and power. . 38.19 

Standard Oil Co.— ^Gasoline 136.00 

Barney-Reporter Press — 1,500 flyers 10.50 

Eugene Dietzgen Co. — Tape 8.44 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal 80.75 

G. O. Holt & Son Co.— 135 loads gravel 27.20 

Dyar Supply Co. — Two dozen push brooms 30.00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 257 

Wa,o'ner's Department Store — Supplies 1.56 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Rental 6.00 

Mack Motor Truck Co.— Supplies .99 

John Goebel & Sons Co. — Oats and bran 103.10 

H, M. Moffett — Rebate to Joseph Marois on cement. . . 1.00 

B. & M. R. R.— Freight 239.15 



$ 2,035.24 



November 9, 1920. 

Payroll — ^Week ending Nov. 6 $ 1,057.70 

Berlin Garage — Labor, supplies 84.36 

Peter Cote — Labor, supplies 21.55 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co.— Telegrams .88 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service 4.68 

F. L. Brannen — Postage and waste 1.40 

$ 1,170.57 

November 16, 1920. 

Payroll— Week ending Nov. 13 $ 997.24 

B. & M. R. R.— Sewer pipe permit and freight 6.56 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freight . 110.00 



$ 1,113.80 



November 23, 1920. 



Payroll— Week ending Nov. 20 $ 1,080.62 

F. Guilmette — 18 gallons oil . 4.14 

J. E. Byron — 548 feet curbing on Third Street and 

labor removing old curb and changing sidewalk. . . 633.00 

$ 1,717.76 

November 30, 1920. 

Payroll — ^Week ending Nov. 27 $ 1,212.02 

Union Iron Products Co. — 'Street name plates 150.40 

F. Brannen — Postage 1.00 

$ 1,363.42 



258 



CITY OF BEELIN 



December 7, 1920. 

Berlin Garage — Supplies and labor $ 130.80 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 10.98 

Winslow & Co. — Pipe 51 7.25 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting barn 1.20 

Independent Coal Tar Co. — Patching coniiiound 89.28 

Eli J. King— Soda, oil 1.40 

American Eibbon & Carbon Co. — Supplies 8.50 

Buffalo Steam Eoller Co. — Supplies 6.68 

O. A. Dussault- — Supplies 15.21 

Daniel Melancon — Care of horses 3.00 

Barney-Eeporter Press — Sheet cards 4.50 

Grand Trunk E. E. — Eental overhead wire crossing. . . . 5.00 

The Book Store— Supplies 5.40 

Northern Auto Co. — ^Supplies, auto 4.30 

Thomas Baril — Eepairs on truck 4.00 

New Hampshire Garage — Labor, supplies 4.19 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Labor, supplies 5.86 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Coal 47.50 

Ture Dahlquist — Labor on sewer 22.50 

Carl Dahlquist — Labor on sewer 18.00 

Standard Oil Co.— Gasoline 200.00 

Charles S. Chase Co. — Sewer pipe 346.40 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Supplies 24.60 

Curtis Hardware Store — Sujjplies 52.02 

John Goebel & Sons — Oats, bran 108.50 

E. Corey & Co.— Supplies 32.93 

A. A. Fancy — Seven pounds steel 1.05 

Smith-Poley Press — Paper 2.25 

Boston & Maine E. E. — Pipe rent 5.00 

Berlin Foundry & Machine Co. — Supplies 141.81 

Payroll— Week ending Dec. 4 1,058.82 

Bean & Bean — Insurance on steam l)oiler 37. ")6 



$ 2,911.32 



December 14, 1920. 

Coca Cola Bottling Co. — Three sets sleds $ 75.(10 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — iPower, stone crusher.. 105. iO 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Power, air drill and 

stone crusher, July to October 31.68 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



259 



F. R. Langworthy — Copy of plan and description for 

Engineer 1.50 

Pavroll— Week ending Dee. 11 1,223.97 



$ 1,437.85 

December 21, 1920. 

Robert Livingston — 13 sacks $ 1.95 

F. L. Brannen — Ink and telegram 2.73 

Woodward & Gerrish — Insurance on Public Works 

buildings and contents 41.33 

Payroll — Week ending Dec. 18 1,130.00 

$ 1,176.01 

December 28, 1920. 

Robert Sturgeon — Sharpening drills $ 9.20 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Freight .94 

Boston & Maine R. R. — Freight 12.94 

Payroll — Week ending Dec. 25 934.29 

A. Peppin — Seven weeks at one-half pay, disability 

caused by injury w-hile working for city 89.25 

$ 1,046.62 

January 4, 1921. 

Payroll — Week ending Jan. 1, 1921 $ 953.63 

F. L. Brannen — Subscription to Architectural Forum, 

one year g OO 

Helga Knutson — ^Express paid 2.81 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 7.53 

Telesphore Lamontague — Labor 9.7O 

J. Morin & Sons — Rubber boots 13.00 

The Book Store — Supplies 1 25 

Berlin Shoe & Rubber Repair Co. — iSeven patches .80 

Berlin Garage — Labor, supplies 23.35 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 59.20 

Curtis Hardware Store — Sujiplies 9.21 

Riva & Stanley Co. — Supplies qqq 

J. P. Hinchey — One month's rent of stable 20.00 

Grand Trunk R. R.— Rental 300 

N. H. Garage — Labor, supplies 7.34 

Barney-Reporter Press — Paper 2.00 



260 CITY OF BERLIN 

B. & M. R. R.— Sewer pipe permit 2.25 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Labor, supplies 4.10 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Service, barn 3.96 

Berlin Foundry & Machine Co. — Repairs 111.46 

Simon Stahl & Son— One "Y" 2.95 

Wilson Pharmacy — Colic cure 1.36 

C. N. Hodgdon— Coal 22.00 

John Goebel & Sons — Hay, bran, oats 207.10 

E. Corey & Co.— Supplies 27.94 

Union Iron Products Co. — Street name plates 8.00 



$ 1,516.54 
January 11, 1921. 

Payroll-^Week ending Jan. 8 $ 1,100.81 

O. W. Fernald— Postage 1.00 

Arthur Ricard — Two men two hours (iouble team two 

hours 4.75 

Peter Tremblay — 50 pounds steel 5.00 

Samson Bros. — Oats 61.83 

Peter Cote — Supplies, labtir 26.15 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Power 40.35 

Brown Co.— Supplies 381.80 



$ 1,621.69 



January 18, 1921. 
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting blacksmith 

shop $ 3.87 

J. P. Hinchey— Rent for stable for December 20.00 

Payroll — Week ending Jan. 15 1,101.54 

$ 1,125.41 

January 25, 1921. 
C. S. Ordway — City to pay one-half concrete wall. ... $ 44.73 
Henry McLaughlin — Difference between wall and side- 
walk as per bills 31.64 

Percy Ellis — Difference between wall and sidewalk as 

per bills 33.23 

Payroll— Week ending Jan. 22 1,093.68 

F. Whitham — Paid for blades, bolts and freight 13.45 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 3.75 



PUBLIC WOEKS DEPARTMENT 261 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supi^lies 0.00 

J, H. Roy — Wood 18.50 

Eli J. King— Oil 1.20 

Cournoyer Pharmacy — Supplies 12.70 

Berlin Fire Station — ^Estimate of amount due Fire De- 
partment 700.00 

$ 1,961.88 



Schools 



Credit 

June 8, 1920. 
Appropriation $110,000.00 

January 31, 1921. 
Credits from different sources 11,383.01: 

January 31; 1921. 
Overdraft to Transfer Account 546.60 



$121,929.64 



Debit 



February 3, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 119.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary^ one week 14.00 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 21.35 

Teachers ' Payroll 9,088.56 

Evening School Payroll 213.50 

Mrs. Margaret Mahaney — Salary to date 100.00 

Eli J. King — D. A, supplies 21.07 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 8.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting, one month . . 53.28 

H. A. St. Laurent — Transportation 180.00 

Barney-Eeporter Press — Printing 13.10 



$ 9,855.86 



February 10, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 24.00 

Grace C. Johnson — Salary, one week 14.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 119.00 

$ 157.00 



SCHOOLS 263 

February 17, 1920. 

Teachers ' Payroll $ 5,231.49 

Evening School Payroll 320.75 

Berlin Water Co. — Water rent 197.15 

Mrs. Margaret Mahaney — Salary, one month 100.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 119.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

$ 6,006.39 

February 24. 1920. 

Grace C. Johnston — ^Salary, one week $ 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — ^Salary, one week 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 119.00 

Eiva & Stanley Co. — Labor and supplies 141.09 

Neostyle Sales Agency — Supplies 50.84 

$ 348.93 

March 2, 1920. 

Grace C. Johnston — 'Salary, one week $ 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 119.00 

V. E. Therrien — D. A. supplies 9.81 

H. A. St. Laurent — Transportation 135.00 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 54.05 

Louis J. Oliver — Supplies 7.38 

Maine Institution for the Blind — ^Cushions 92.00 

G. H. Holt Electric Co. — Labor and supplies 12.84 

Hart & Hutchinson Co. — 60 lockers 140.40 

Joseph E. Gonya — Supplies 41.44 

O. A. Dussault — M. A. supplies. . 16.25 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 56.53 

Brown Co. — ^^Supplies 188.18 

Berlin Street Railway — Transportation 50.00 

Auburn Brush Co. — -Janitors' supplies 33.00 

$ 993.88 



264 CITY OF BEELIN 

March 10, 1920. 

T. O. Parker — Salary on account $ 50.00 

Twin Slate Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting, one month.. 77.92 

Simon Stahl & Son— Fuel 181 ..36 

H. L. Moore — Expenses to convention 81. .35 

C. D. McLean — Eepairing lights in high school 4.50 

John Goebel & Sons— Salt 1 .00 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 9.45 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Team one-half day 2.00 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Labor, supplies 3.76 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 119.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 



March 16, 1920. 



868.34 



Evening School Payroll $ 292.00 

Mrs. Margaret Mahaney — Salary to April 1, plus bonus 250.00 

J. Morin & Son — Two pairs rubber boots 11.50 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.0(1 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 119.0!) 

Teachers ' Payroll 3,231.25 



$ 3,941.75 



March 23, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 24.(i(» 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 119.00 



157.00 



March 30, 1920. 



Isaac Aubin — ^Salary, one week $ 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — ^Four janitors, one week 119.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

$ 157.00 



SCHOOLS 265 

April 6, 1920. 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week $ 119.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — ^Salary, one week 24.00 

Affleck Euling & Stationery Co.— Supplies 60.00 

Allen Shade Holder Co. — Supplies 13.64 

American Book Co. — H. S. books 15.59 

D. Ajjpleton & Co. — Grade books 4.50 

Armour & Co. — Wash powder 13.50 

Babson Institute, Inc. — Supplies 7.50 

Barney -Eeporter Press — Supplies 23.3.5 

Beckly Cardy Co.— Grade books 9.94 

Board of Education — Six months' salary to April 1. . . . 100. OO 

Boston Mirror Co. — Supplies 37.67 

Central Scientific Co. — Supplies 6.93 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 9.00 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 6.66 

Dodd, Mead & Co.— Books 3.25 

O. A. Dussault— Supplies 8.3a 

George Duval — Trucking 12.91 

Forbes & Co.— Books 4.05- 

Franklin Printery— Printing 23.0a 

G. H. Holt Electric Co.— Supplies 8.34 

Houghton, Mifflin Co. — Books 7.55 

Eli J. King— D. A. supplies 13.43 

L. E. Knott Apparatus Co. — ^Supplies 68.52 

D. McNetton & Co.— Books 118.50 

D. W. MacLean — Expenses to Durham Institute 20.35 

Neostyle Sales Agency — Commercial supplies 64.20 

Rand McNally Co.— Supplies 35.64 

The Record Print— Grade books 5.20 

Eiva & Stanley Co. — Labor and supplies 61.77 

H. A. St. Laurent — Transportation 191.00 

Benjamin H. Sanborn & Co. — ^Books 22.72 

Schoenhof Book Co.— H. S. books 28.80 

Scott Foresman & Co.— H. S. books 8.2a 

A, W. Shaw Co.— H. S. books 18.54 

Silver, Burdett & Co.— Supplies 46.41 

Standard Scientific Co. — Supplies 15.20 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — ^Lamps 19.44 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting, one month . . 56.60 

Underwood Typewriter Co. — Repairs 2.00 



266 CITY OF BEELIN 

U. S. Blue Print Paper Co.— M. A. supplies 12.36 

J. A. Vaillaneourt — Insurance 30.00 

Whitcomb-Blaisdell Machine Tool — M. A. equipment.. 9.50 

John C. Winston Co. — Supplies 15.81 

W,. A. Wood Co. — -Janitors' supplies 78.45 

World Book Co., Publishers— One book 1.80 

Teachers ' Payroll 5,121.46 



$ 6,598.58 
April 13, 1920. 

Eufus Deering Co.— Supplies $ 308.79 

Kenneth E. Steady — Tuning piano 7.50 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 119.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin— Salary 24.00 

Teachers ' Payroll 3,224.84 



$ 3,698.13 
April 20, 1920. 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week $ 119.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salarv, one week 24.00 



$ 157.00 



April 27, 1920. 

Eobert Snodgrass — High School, steel ceiling $ 246.05 

Simon Stahl & Son— Fuel 364.32 

Thomas B'aril — Welding radiators 6.50 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 119.00 



$ 773.87 

May 4, 1920. 

Grace C. Johnston — ^Salarj^, one week $ 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — 'Four janitors, one week 119.00 

Allyn & Bacon— H. S. books 41.84 

Auburn Brush Co. — Sweepers 34.30 



SCHOOLS 267 

Edward E. Babb & Co.— Supplies 352.80 

Barney-Eeporter Press — Printing and cardboard 9.00 

Berlin Foundry & Machine Co. — M. A. supplies 2.79 

Berlin Street Eailway — Transportation 50.00 

The Book Store — Supplies 8.15 

Milton Bradley Co.— Supplies 202.89 

Brown Co. — Supplies 250.96 

Mrs. O. B. Brown, Berlin Chapter Red Cross — Chairs.. 55.00 

Luther Buber Sous Co. — M. A. supplies 3.20 

Chandler Fraquhar Co. — Supplies 278.62 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 9.40 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 8.95 

George Duval — Trueldng 7.14 

Esterbrook Steel Pen Mfg. Co. — Supplies 14.52 

Franklin Printery — Supplies 7.00 

Ginn & Co. — Supplies 144.49 

Goodyear Marsliall Pub. Co. — ^Supplies 35.84 

J. L. Hammett Co. — Supplies 105.09 

D. C. Heath & Co., Publishers— H. S. Ijooks 212.75 

Houghton Miflflin Co. — Grade books 22.74 

Eli J. King — D. A. supplies 40.43 

Library Bureau — Commercial supplies 35.30 

Little, Brown & Co.^ — Grade books 39.67 

J. B. Lippineott Co. — H. S. books 7.03 

MaeMillan Co. — Books 216.09 

Margaret Mahaney — One month's salary to May 1.... 100.00 

H. A. Manning Co. — Two directories 10.00 

Louis Oliver-^D. A. supplies 16.70 

Thomas O. Parker — On account on salary 50.00 

Pearson & Marsh, Inc. — Books 34.50 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 12.75 

H. A. St. Laurent — Transportation 151.00 

Taylor Instrument Co. — Supplies 38.12 

West Disinfecting Co. — Janitors' supjilies 31. CO 

John M. Wood & Co. — M. A. supplies 40.38 

Young 's Laundry — Laundry 7.75 

Simon Stahl & Sons — Fuel 722.68 

$ 3,567.87 



vi68 CITY OF BERLIN 

May 11, 1920. 

Teachers ' Payroll $ 3,477.84 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting, one month.. 70.32 

Berlin Water Co.— Water rent 195.91 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Team 4.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 142.80 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 



$ 3,928.87 



May 18, 1920. 

Simon Stahl & Son— Coal $ 1,157.19 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Grace C. Johnston — ^Salary, one week 14.00 

Janitors ' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 



$ 1,338.19 



May 25, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 24.00 

Grace C. Johnston — ^Salary, one week 14.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Teachers ' Payroll 3,518.84 



$ 3,699.84 



June 1, 1920. 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week $ 143.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Edward E. Babb & Co.— Grade books . 61.68 

Berlin Foundry & Machine Co. — M. A. supplies 9.57 

Berlin Street Railway — Transportation 55.00 

Brown Co. — ^Supplies 23.46 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — ^Supplies 26.72 

Coe & MacDonald — Supplies 4.20 

P. & F. Corbin— Repairs 8.24 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 22.52 

C. B. Dolge Co.— Sui^plies 56.33 

George Duval — Trucking 7.40 

C. H. Goldwaite & Co.- — 'One pair scales 37.05 



SCHOOLS 269 

H. C. Gould— Labor on trees 18.20 

D. C. Heath & Co.— H. S. books 37.00 

G. H. Holt Electric Co.— Labor, supplies 3.10 

Eli J. King— D. A. supplies 29.31 

Genevieve Laughery — Balance of salary 28.94 

Literary Digest — ^^Grade books 1.80 

The MacMillan Co. — Grade books 15.63 

Margaret Mahaney — One month 's salary to June 1 . . . 100.00 

Ncostyle Sales Agency — Supplies 4.69 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 13.05 

Rand McNally & Co.— Maps, etc 84.07 

Joseph H. Roy— Wood 20.25 

Henry A. St. Laurent — Transportation 180.00 

Benjamin H. Sanborn & Co., Publishers — Grade books. . 39.15 

Smith-Poley Press — Supplies 24.25 

Standard Oil Co. of New York— Oil 9.50 

University of Chicago Book Store — Books 30.19 

University of Chicago Press — One English journal. . . . 2.50 

University Co-opeTative Co. — H. S. books 1.64 

University of Wyoming — H. S. books 3.50 

Edw. J. Wheeler— Trucking 12.09 

$ 1,152.05 

June 8, 1920. 

Grace C. Johnston — Salarj^, one week $ 14.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Simon Stahl & Son— Coal 841.83 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting schools one 

month 60.65 

Teachers ' Payroll 3,185.46 

$ 4,268.94 
June 15, 1920. 

Teachers ' Payroll $ 5,195.39 

C. K Hodgdon Co. — Fuel 3,071.64 

54 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

$ 8,448.03 



270 CITY OF BERLIN 

June 22, 1920. 

D. W. MaeLeau — Ou account trip to National Educa- 
tional Association Convention and rent of garage 

for school truck 10 months ■$ 320.00- 

Margaret Mahaney — Balance of salary 250.00 

Grace C. Johnston — ^Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 



$ 751.00 

June 29, 1920. 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week $ 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 



$ 181.00 



July 6, 1920. 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week $ 14;:!. 00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Albert Theatre Co.— Use of hall, graduation 83.00 

Allen Shade Holder Co.— Supplies 9.09 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing 37.00 

H. C. Bates — Lettering 57 diplomas 42.75 

T. S. Bergeron— Trucking 17.00 

Berlin Street Railway — Transportation 50.00 

Berlin Wholesale Grocery Co. — One ease Bon- Ami 3.25 

Bobbs Merrill Co.— Book 1.40 

Brown Co. — ^Supplies 10.59 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — M. A. supplies 3.60 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co. — ^One adding machine. . 275.62 

P. P. Caproni & Bro.— Supplies 15.00 

Curtis Hardware Store — Sujiplies 2.86 

Eufus Decring Co. — M. A. Supplies 34.73 

Dr. N. B. Dresser — One month's salary as School Phy- 
sician 50.00 

E. I. Dupont de Nemours Co. — M. A. supplies 17.16 

Gramstorfif Bros. — Supplies 6.23 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co.— Telegram 1.17 

G. H. Holt Electric Co.— Labor, supplies 20.25 



SCHOOLS 271 

Houghton Mifflin Co. — Grade books 9.77 

Eli J. King — D. A. supplies 17.1'1 

L. E. Knott Apparatus Co. — Supplies oO.lvJ 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — ^Cenient, snaps. . . . 23.40 

H. A. St. Laurent— Transportation 90.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Supplies and labor. . . . 1.7.1 

Edw. J. Wheeler— Trucking 1.94 



$ 1,030.9.5 



July 13, 1920. 

Twin State Gas & Electrii- Co. — Lighting;-, one iininth.. -t •'32.78 

E. A. Steady — Music for graduation 40.00 

T. O. Parker— One-half month's salary to July 15 91.66 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 27.70 

Isaac Aubiu — Salary, one week 24.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Janitors' Payroll — ^Four janitors, one week 143.00 



$ 393.14 
July 20, 1920. 

Sinclair Kefining Co. — Janitor supplies $ 99.9"> 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 



$ 280.93 
July 27, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 24.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary to Aug. 24 42.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 



$ 209.00 



August 3, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

American Educational Association — One book 11.90 

Edward E. Babb & Co.— Books 11.98 

Milton Bradley Co. — Supplies 183.99 

Luther Buber Sons So. — Supplies 7.00 



i;72 CITY OF BERLIN 

Couruoyer Pharmacy — Supplies 9.35 

Curtis Hardware Store — Janitors' supplies 17.04 

E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co. — M. A. supplies 1.16 

Franklin Printery — Printing 12.75 

J. L. Hammett Co. — Toilet paper fixtures 45.00 

Hart & Hutchinson Co.— 60 lockers 154.80 

Eli J. King — D. A. supplies 1.62 

George Leelerc — 514 hours' mason work, Cole School.. 6.88 

E. Libby & Sons Co.— M. A. supplies 18.00 

Homer H. Marks, M. D. — Medical inspection 320.50 

Masury Young Co. — Supplies 44.88 

Joseph Morneau — Trucking 1.00 

Orient Spray Co. — 30 gallons spray 52.50 

George L. Shuman Co. — Subscription 82.00 

Stahl-Clarke Co.— Ribbon 10.13 

Shirley W. Teare — ^Salary as Garden Super^dsor to 

Aug. 1 75.00 

Edw. J. Wheeler— Trucking 4.35 

Teachers ' Payroll 641.66 

$ 1,880.49 

August 10, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 24.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Coos Telephone Co. — ^Service 9.00 

0. A. Dussault— Supplies 35.90 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co.— 'Telegrams 2.28 

James Pickford — ^^Trueking 2.00 

Edw. J. Wheeler — Trucking 3.18 

$ 219.36 

August 17, 1920. 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Lighting $ 21.03 

Thomas O. Parker — One-half month's salary 91.66 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

$ 293.69 



SCHOOLS 27'5 

August 24, 1920. 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week $ 142.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

$ 181.00 
August 31, 1920. 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week $ 148.00 

Grace G. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — ^Salary, one week 24.00 

Armour & Co. — One-half barrel washing powder 5.85 

$ 186.85 
September 7, 1920. 

Janitors' Payroll — ^Four janitors, one week $ 143.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 14.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 24.00 

Arlo Publishing Co. — Grade books 30.60 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing 29.00 

Berlin Water Co. — Water rent 175.80 

M. F. Bragdon Paint Co. — Five gallons disinfectant. . . 8.75 

Brown Co. — M. A. supplies 32.80 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Supplies, labor 48.21 

Coos Telephone Co. — 'Service 7.75 

Eugene Dietzgen Co. — Supplies 118.32 

Arthur B. Eastman — Fire extinguishers 33.33 

Ginn & Co. — Books 2.48 

School District of Gorham — Cascade tuition 854.16 

International Paper Co. — -Supplies 160.00 

Kenney Bros. & Wolkins — Two dozen tablet arm chairs 162.00 

Loring, Short & Harmon — Grade books 1.61 

Neidich Process Co. — Typewriter ribbons 51.88 

Louis J. Oliver — Supplies 26.60 

55 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — One barrel muresco 30.00 
Rowell & Houston — Rebuilding entrance to Marston 

School 389.70 

South Western Publishing Co. — H. S. books 53.25 

S. D. Story — Labor and material repairing tree 6.50 

Shirley W. Teare — Salary to Sept. 1 as Garden Super- 
visor 75.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting, one month . . 30.09 



274 CITY OF BEELIN 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lamps 29.00 

E. L. Watkins & Co. — Dyeing draperies 20.00 

Edw. J. Wheeler — Freight and trucking 7.65 

Teachers' Payroll 341.66 



$ 2,907.14 

September 14, 1920. 

Robert Snodgress — Four steel eeilingSj High School. ... $ 278.10 

Grace C. Johnston — ^Salary, one week 17.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 



$ 467.10 

Septem'ber 21, 1920. 

Teachers' Payroll — Two weeks $ 3,541.83 

Barney-Reporter Press — 60 lessons, 500 each 194.51 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 

Grace C. Johnston — ^Salary, one week 17.00 



$ 3,925.34 
September 28, 1920. 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week $ 143.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 

G. H. Holt Electric Co.— Labor and material, H. S 132.15 

Rowell & Houston — Lnlior and material on H. S. build- 
ing 1,024.99 



$ 1,346.14 

October 5, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 29.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 

Allyn & Bacon— H. S. books 16.32 

Atkinson, Mentzer & Co. — Supplies 11.01 

Bean & Bean — Insurance on H. S. building 81.00 

Berlin Street Railway — Transportation 50.00 

Board of Education— Salaries to Oct. 1 100.00 

Brown Co.— Supplies 195.22 



SCHOOLS 



Central Scientific Co. — Supplies 

Dr. N. B. Dresser — Salary, one mouth 

O. A. Dussault — Supplies, H. S 

Frances Foxall — Salary, one month 

Herman Goldberger — Books 

Hammacher Sehlemmer & Co. — Supplies 

J. M. Hardy — Supplies 

Hinds — Haydeu & Eldredge — Supplies 

E. Howard Clock Co. — Two program tapes 

The Independent — 25 copies 

Kenney Bros. & Wolkins — Supplies 

Eev. J. G. Leclerc — Heating Parish Halls for Evening 

School, winter 1919-1920 

J. B. Lippineott Co. — Supplies 

The Literary Digest — Copies of Literary Digest 

D. W. MacLean — Balance due on expenses to Salt Lake 

City 

Margaret E. Mahaney — One month's salary 

McGraw Hill Book Co. — Supplies 

The Outlook Co. — Ten copies Outlook, three months.. 
Eeview of Eeviews Co. — Ten copies for 10 months.... 

H. A. St. Laurent — Transportation 

Smith-Poley Press — One safe and interior 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting, one montli . . 

Underwood Typewriter Co. — Repairs 

Teachers ' Payroll 



102.90 

50.00 

170.67 

100.00 

45.60 

285.60 

275.00 

6.52 

3.09 

22.50 

165.00 

150.00 
6.22 

9.00 

35.78 

144.44 

1.70 

9.00 

17.50 

228.00 

183.40 

39.27 

7.50 

3,834.45 



$ 6,535.69 

October 12, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 29.00 

J. J. Tellington— Fixtures 66.00 

Grace C. Johnston — ^Salary, one week 17.00 

H. A. Noel — ^Enumeration 167.20 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 



October 19, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week. 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing 



422.20 



29.00 

143.00 

17.00 

10.00 



276 



CITY OF BEELIN 



Berlin Second Hand Store — Janitor supplies 10.00 

Feeney Drug Store — Supplies 16.74 

J. S. Moore — Plans, details and specifications for new 

school on Gates Hill 48.00 

Women's Shop — D. A. supplies 5.61 

t'eachers' Payroll— Two weeks to Oct. 15 -3,894.97 

Evening School Payroll 223.50 



$ 4,397.82 

October 26, 1920. 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week $ 143.00 

Grace 'C. Johnston — ^^Salary, one week 17.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 



November 2, 1920. 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 

Barney-Reporter Press — Printing 

Berlin Fire Dept. — Slate 

Berlin Water Co. — Water rent 

Central Scientific Co. — Supplies 

Current Events — September to June, 1921 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 

Doubleday Page & Co. — ^Five subscriptions, 16 issues.. 

Dr. N. B. Dresser — ^Salary, month of October 

Esterbrook Steel Pen Mfg. Co. — Pens 

Frances E. Foxall — 'Salary, month of October 

John B. Gilbert — Saw 

Ginn & Co. — ^Books 

Gregg Publishing Co. — Books 

J. L. Hammett Co. — IM. A. supplies 

G. H. Holt Electric Co. — Labor and supplies 

Imperial Brush Co. — Supplies 

Kenney Bros. & Wolkins — Inkwells 

Alfred Lauziere — Labor and material on Gates Hill 

School 

Margaret E. Mahaney — Salary, month of October 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 

Joseph H. Roy — Wood 



189.00 



143.00 
17.00 
29.00 

224.95 
15.00 

103.28 
15.11 
38.00 
57.02 
7.50 
50.00 
12.84 

100.00 
50.00 
56.94 
28.50 
13.08 
7.88 
12.00 
12.70 

158.77 

144.44 

6.25 

12.50 



SCHOOLS 277 

Eoyal Typewriter Co. — Sujiplies 1.20 

H. A. St. Laurent — Transportation 240.00 

Smith-Poley Press — ^Printing 101.50 

J. A. Vaillancourt — Insurance 81.00 

Standard Oil Co.— Oil 10.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting 56.7.3 

E. J. Wheeler — Freight and trucking 10.69 

World Book Co.— Books 16.55 

Evening School Payroll 214.00 

Teachers ' Payroll 3,582.26 



$ 5,629.69 



November 9, 1920. 

Thomas Gaugrois — Rent for Gates Hill School House 

one month $ 10.00 

Coos Telephone Co.— Service 23.00 

Robert Snodgrass — Repairs on roof of Cole School.... 7.30 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 



$ 229.30 
November 16, 1920. 

Teachers' Payroll $ 3,586.76 

Evening School Payroll 182.50 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 148.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 



$ 3,958.26 



November 23, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 29.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 

.$ 189.00 

November 30, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 

Teachers ' Payroll — Two weeks 3,896.42 



278 CITY OF BERLIN 

Evening School Payroll 182.50 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 



$ 4,267.92 



December 7, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 29.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

American Book Co. — Grade books 24.00 

Barney-Reporter Press — 200 covers 6.00 

Beckly-Cardy Co. — Grade books 1.64 

Berlin Street Railway — Transportation 115.30 

B. & M. R. R.— Freight 1.85 

Brown Co. — Supplies 195.04 

Luther B'uber Sons Co. — Labor, supplies 73.59 

Curtis Hardware Store — Supplies 22.72 

Dr. N. B. Dresser — Salary, one month 50.00 

E. I. DuPone de Nemours & Co. — Shellac 29.00 

O. A. Dussault — Supplies 37.90 

Feeney Drug Store — ^^Supj^lics 3.00 

Frances E. Foxall — 'Salary, one month 100.00 

James A. Gingras — Nine months' rent of house used as 

Cates Hill School House 90.00 

Ginn & Co.— Books 183.69 

Herman Goldberger — One book.. 2.00 

Hammaeher, Schlemmer Co. — Supplies 16.15 

J. L. Hammet Co.— Supplies 223.00 

Hart & Hutchinson Co. — Suj^plies 5.15 

D. C. Heath & Co.— Books 151.48 

Henry Holt & Co.— Books 64.62 

Institute for Public Service — Bulletins 3.00 

Eli J. King— D. A. supplies 25.09 

Library Bureau — Supplies 2.47 

MacMillan Co.— Books 193.71 

Margaret E. Mahaney — Salary, one month 144.44 

Neostyle Sales Agency — Stencils 18.17 

A. N. Palmer Co. — Ink powder 7.25 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 10.94 

Phonographic Institute Co. — Supplies 5.07 

J. W. Plummer, State Treasurer— Head tax 3,388.00 

Riva & Stanley Co. — Labor, supplies. 224.20 



SCHOOLS 



279 



Eoyal Typewriter Co. — Typewriter 57.50 

Eyan & Buker — Supplies 17.42 

H. A. St. Laurent — Transportation 276.00 

Benjamin H. 'Sanborn & Co. — Grade books 9.91 

Charles Scribners Sons — Supj^lies 5.26 

Silver, Burdett & Co.— Books 10.94 

Smith-Poley Press — ^Supplies 49.05 

Stahl-Clarke Co.— D. A. supplies 4.40 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co.— Service 69.85 

University of Chicago Book Store — One book 2.58 

West Disinfecting Co. — Supplies 52.00 

E. J. Wheeler — Freight and trucking 3.61 

AV. A. Wood Co.— Cheesecloth 42.50 

$ 6,208.49 

December 14, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — 'Salary, one week $ 29.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 

Shirlej^ W. Teare — Paid for prizes for school gardens. . 19.75 
H. L. Moore — Money paid out from Dec. 1, 1919, to 

Dec. 1, 1920 161.40 

Evening School Payroll 382.00 

Teachers' Payroll 5,721.07 

$ 6,473.22 

December 21, 1920. 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week $ 29.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 

Margaret H. Evans — Balance due 4.50 

John W. Pluinmer, State Treasurer — Supervisory Union 

No. 3 1,000.00 

J. E. Gonya — D. A. supplies 46.33 

$ 1,239.83 
December 28, 1920. 

Thomas 0. Parker — Salary, one week jf 47.08 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 



$ 236.08 



280 CITY OF BERLIN 

January 4, 1921. 

E. J. Wheeler — Freight and trucking $ 9.60 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitorSj one week 1.54.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 

Auburn Brush Co. — Supplies ;>8.22 

Babson Institute — One book 10.00 

T. S. Bergeron — Trucking 12.00 

Berlin Foundry & Machine Co. — Supplies 3.95 

Berlin Roofing & Paving Co. — Labor and supplies 631.68 

Berlin Water Co. — Repairing meter 2.50 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — Labor, supplies 94.81 

Coos Telephone Co. — Service 8.10 

Curtis Hardware Store — Labor, supplies 8.35 

Davidson 's Garage — Tap, saw 25.70 

Dr. N. B. Dresser — Salary, one month 50.00 

Frances E. Foxall — Salary, one month 100.00 

M. P. Gallagher — Tuning and rej^airing piano 8.00 

C. N. Hodgdon Co.— Wood 21.00 

George Leclerc— Labor 27.00 

E. Libby & Sons Co. — Supplies 20.2.') 

D. W. KacLean — Expenses of H. L. Moore and D. W. 

MacLean securing teachers 71.21 

McGaw Hill Book Co.— One book 4.25 

Margaret E. Mahaney — ^Salary, one month 144.44 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 22.00 

Royal Typewriter Co. — Adjusting Royal 4.75 

Russia Cement Co. — Supplies 4.78 

H. A. St. Laurent — Transportation 120.00 

Robert Snodgrass — Labor, supplies 16.35 

Stahl-Clarke Co. — D. A. supplies 1.13 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Light and power '. 30.20 

W. & J. Supply Co.— Lamps 51.86 



$ 1,742.13 
January 11, 1921. 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week $ 17.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 153.00 

T. O. Parker — Two weeks ' salary 94.16 

$ 293.16 



SCHOOLS 281 

January 18, 1921. 

Evening School Payroll $ 244.50 

Underwood Typewriter Co. — Two typewriters 95.00 

Twin State Gas & Electric Co. — Lighting 99.44 

Standard Oil Co. of New York — Gloss 4.40 

Smith-Poley Press — Printing and supplies 11.30 

Schoenhof 's — Supplies 5.00 

Eyan & Buker — iSupplies 50.70 

Eoyal Typewriter Co. — Supplies 136.50 

Eiva & Stanley Co. — Supplies 99.56 

Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week 143.00 

Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. — Supplies 2.57 

Teachers' Payroll — Two weeks 3 713.45 

D. W. MacLean — Expenses securing teachers 36.47 

Laconia Car Works — M. A. supplies 3.00 

Eli J. King — T>. A. supplies 1.89 

G. H. Holt Electric Co. — Supplies 6.60 

J. L. Hammett Co. — Supplies 40.03 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co. — Telegrams 5.28 

Eefus Deering Co. — M. A. supplies 187.73 

Coos Telephone Co.— Service 11.05 

Luther Buber Sons Co. — M. A. supplies. '. 3.68 

Berlin Second Hand Store — Box stove, pipes and dam- 

Per 20.25 

J. F. Bell & Sons Co.— Team 2.00 

Barney-Eeporter Press — Envelopes 11.15 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 

Grace C. Johnston — Salary, one week 17.00 



$ 4,980.55 



January 25, 1921. 



Janitors' Payroll — Four janitors, one week $ 143.00 

Grace C. Johnston — ^Salary, one week 17.00 

Isaac Aubin — Salary, one week 29.00 

Department of Public Works — Credit 672.65 

$ 861.65 



Report of Finance Committee 



Berlin, N. H., January 31, 1921. 

To the Honorable Mayor and City Council. 

Gentlemen : 

The Committee on Finance hereby submits its report for the 
fiscal year ending January 31, 1921. 

The Auditor's report, which is to be found elsewhere in this 
volume, gives a full and accurate statement of the financial affairs 
of the city, and we respectfully call your attention to the same. 

Last year we were fortunate in securing a local auditor, who 

was at our disposal at all times. 

We wish to call to the attention of the citizens of the city that 
bonds will have to be issued this year. Items: For a City Stable, 
Fire Station and Voting Place in Ward Three, also a Voting Place 
in Ward Four, and Cates Hill School House. These items should 
meet with the approval of our citizens. 

A High School is much needed and ought to receive due con- 
sideration. 

The Committee on Finance presents the following estimates 
of the amounts of money necessary to be raised for the ensuing 
year: 

Bonds $ 32,000.00 

Cemetery 500.00 

City Hall 6,000.00 

City Poor 2,000.00 

County Tax (estimated) 25,000.00 

Election Expenses 1,500.00 

Fire Department 23,000.00 

Forest Fires 200.00 

Free beds in St. Louis Hospital 900.00 

Grand Army 200.00 

Hvdrants 4,500.00 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 283 

Iiiterest 12,500.00 

Lighting Streets 10,000.00 

Miscellaueous 5 OOO.OO 

N. H. State Guard 200.00 

Printing and Stationery 3,000.00 

Police Department 25,000.00 

Public Library 4,500.00 

Public Works Department 150,000.00 

Salaries 10,500.00 

Board of Health 5 000.00 

Schools 144,000.00 

State Tax (estimated) 35,500.00 

St. Louis Hospital 300.00 

West Milan Eoad 5 000.00 

Mason Land 6 236.81 

Citizens ' Monument 5 300.00 



$517,836.81 
Respectfully submitted, 

E. J. KING, 
J. W. COOPER, 
G. F. LOVETT, 
Finance Committee. 



Auditor's Report 



Berlin, N. H., February 7, 1921. 

To His Honor, the Mayor^ and City Council of the City of Berlin,. 
N. H.: 

I have examined the books and accounts of the Assessors, Tax 
Collectors, City Clerk, City Treasurer and Clerk of Court for the 
year ending January 31, 1921, and find them to be in good condition 
and correctly kept. 

Assessors 

Total taxes assessed as per inventory book $491,430.53, which 
amount has been committed to the Tax Collector. 

Tax Collector's Accounts 

A. Lapointe for 1916. 

Balance due the city, Jan. 31, 1920. . . . $ 272.00 
Abated during 1920 272.00 

A. Lapointe for 1917. 

Balance due the city, Jan. 31, 1920 376.00 

Abated during 1920 376.00 

A. Lapointe for 1918. 

Balance due the city, Jan. 31, 1920 206.00 

A. Lapointe for 1919. 

Balance due the city, Jan. 31, 1920. . . . 5,161.21 

Collected during 1920 $ 4,555.27 

Abated during 1920 70.30 $ 4,625.57 

Balance due the city, Jan. 31, 1920 535.64 



AUDITOE'S EEPORT 285 

U. Duval for 1920. 

Total committment by Assessors 491,430.53 

Abated during 1920 $ 1,409.91 

Collected during 1920 486,334.06 487,743.97 



Balance 3,686.56 

Total amount of unpaid taxes, Jan, 

31, 1921 $4,428.20 

Which is $1,587.01 less than one year ago. 



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:!88 CITY OF BEELIN 

Resume of Treasurer's Cash Account 

Balance on hand Jan. 31, 1920 $ 86,232.32 

Received during year ending Jan. 31, 1920 640,683.39 



$726,915.71 
Disbursed during year ending Jan. 31, 

1920 633,872.94 



Balance on hand Jan. 31, 1921 $ 93,042.77 

The cash was verified February 7, 1921, and found to be fully 
accounted for by deposits in the Berlin National Bank and checks 
in the hands of the Treasurer. 

The cash disbursements as entered on the cash book agree with 
tlie vouchers and drafts. 

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Collector have been verified by proper vouchers. 

City Clerk's Account 

Receipts during year ending January 31, 1921. All of which 
has been paid to the City Treasurer and placed to the credit of the 
following accounts: 

Received from Automobile Taxes. Credit to Public 

Works $ 8,600.22 

Received from Automobile Taxes. Credit to Transfer 

Account 1,552.99 

Received from Dog License. Credit to Schools 705.65 

Credit to Transfer Account 893.90 

Credit to Old City Building 375.00 

Credit to Tax Sales 598.83 

Credit to Public Works 4,669.98 

Credit to Interest 100.71 

Credit to Cemetery 529.75 

Credit to Miscellaneous Account 28.27 

Credit to City Hall 212.00 

Credit to Election Expenses 113.33 

Credit to Parks and Playgrounds 150.00 

Credit to Mason land 199.75 



AUDITOB'S REPORT 289 

Overlay Account 

Balance on overdraft Jan. 31, 1920 $ 13,663.53 

Abatement allowed during 1920 2,128.21 $ 15,791.74 

Credits. 

Assessors' levy for 1920 $ 11,819.23 

Floating population 1,712.38 13,531.61 



Leaving an overdraft of , $ 2,260.13 

Total Receipts $ 18,730.38 

Transfer Account 

Credits 

Auto Taxes $1 ,552.99 

Cemetery 939.84 

City Building, Old 51.51 

City Poor 1,065.40 

City Clerk, "National Fire Protection" 218.84 

City Clerk 893.90 

Forest Fires 120.23 

Hydrants 2,360.00 

Interest 899.93 

Lighting Streets 480.69 

Miscellaneous 2,506.88 

Public Works 2,746.71 

Police 3,233.82 

Total Credits $17,070.74 

Debits 

Board of Health $ 152.54 

City Hall 484.95 

Election Expenses 1,716.68 

Fire Department 1,635.67 

Printing and Stationery 267.54 

Real Estate 1,196.80 

Schools 546.60 

Salaries 171.28 

Land for Sidewalks 722.40 

Total Charges 6,894.46 

Total Amount Unexpended $10,176.28 



290 CITY OF BEELIN 

Clerk of Municipal Court 

Total reeeijjts from Jan. 31, 1920, to Jan. .31, 1921 $ 5,611.74 

Disbursements as itev vouchers 2,706.35 

Net income $ 2,905.39 

All of which has been jiaid to City Treasurer. 

Financial Condition January 31, 1921 

Liabilities 

Funded Debt: — 

June 1, 1902, City of Berlin 3% per cent bonds due 
$3,000.00 annually June 1, 1918, to June 1, 1922, in- 
elusive $ 6,000.00 

December 1, 1905, City of Berlin 4 per cent bonds due 
$5,000.00 annually Dee. 1, 1918, to Dee. 1, 1925, in- 
ehisive 25,000.00 

November 1st, 1910, City of Berlin 4% per cent bonds 
due $5,000.00 annually Nov. 1, 1918, to Nov. 1, 
1926, inclusive 30,000.00 

June 1, 1913, City of Berlin 4% per cent bonds due 
$7,500.00 annually June 1, 1918, to July 1, 1933, 
inclusive 97,500.00 

April 1, 1915, City of Berlin 4 per cent bonds due 
$4,500.00 annually April 1, 1918, to April 1, 1935, 
inclusive 67,500.00 

July 1, 1916, City of Berlin 4 per cent bonds due 
$2,000.00 annually July 1, 1918, to July 1, 1936, 
inclusive 32,000.00 

July 1, 1919, City of Berlin 4i^ per cent bonds due 
$5,000.00 annually July 1, 1920, to July 1, 1924, 
inclusive 20,000.00 

Total Funded Debt $278,000.00 

Public Library steps, unexpended a[)propriatuin $ 200.00 

Bur oess School lots 500.00 

Parks and Playgrounds 9,269.69 

Unpaid payrolls 1,027.11 

Total Liabilities $288,996.80 



AUDITOE'S REPORT 291 

Resources 



Taxes uncolleoted- 



A. Lapointe, Collector, 1918 $ 206.00 

A. Lapointe, Collector, 1919 535.64 

U. Duval, Collector, 1920 3,686.56 

Total Uncollected Taxes $ 4,428.20 

Bounty on animals 2.20 

Tax Sales, uncollected taxes sold to city. . . . 2,599.90 

Real Estate, Mason land 6,236.81 

Overlay 2,260.13 

City Stables 8,005.00 

Cash on hand per Treasurer 93,042.77 

Total Resources $116,575.01 

Net City Debt Jan. 31, 1921 172,421.79 

Net City Debt Jan. 3], 1920 was 230,999.55 



Showing a decrease during- the year of $ 58,577.76 

This decrease is made up as follows: — 

Bonds paid for in 1920 $32,000.00 

Overlay for 1919 16,401.48 

Gain in Transfer Account 10,176.28 

Net Decrease in City Debt $ 58,577.76 



Respectfully submitted, 

W. D. BRYANT, 

Auditor. 



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Berlin, N. H. 

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Berlin, N. H. 

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Augustus M. Tar 
Bertha E. Byer. 
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Terry Hogan . . 
Mary Daley . . . 
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Lydia Harriman 
Herbert I. Goss 
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John Jjavoie . . . 
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Chas. Pelletier. 
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Geo.' H. Carroll. 
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Jefferson, N. H. 

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H. G. McGlauflin 
Berlin, N. H. 

Rev. J. G. Lecjerc 
Berlin, N. H. 

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Berlin, N. H. 

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Mary Marquis . . . 

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Lumina Aubin . . . 
John T. Bedell. . 
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Jas. H. Gorman. 
Mina R. Remick. 
Neil McLain. . . . 
Lydia Briggs . . . 
Onezine Hamel . . 
L. Beauchisne . . . 
Peter McGee . . . 
Natalie Cussion . 
Chas. Ouilette. . . 
Marie Berube . . . 
Louis Servant. . . 
Lumina Remi . . . 
G. Mattachiona . . 
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Catherine Genniti 
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M. L. Boulanger 
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V. Baillargeon . . 

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Exilia Morin . . . 
Fred Rouleaii. . . 
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Berlin, N.H. . 


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Algie M. Bedell. . . . 
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Julian R. Gorman. . . 
Manetta E. McLaiu . 

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Agenline McGee . . . 

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Rose L. Servant. . . 
F. Mattachiona . . . . 
R. G. DeiDrosTsero . . . 


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Malvina Bourque . . 
Frederick Chaloux.. 
Nellie Rouleau . . . . 


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Berlin, N. H 

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Berlin, N. H 

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Berlin, N. H 

Rev. Jos. H. 
Destroismaisons 
Berlin, N. H 

Rev. Jos. H. 
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Berlin, N. H 

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Berlin, N. H 

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Berlin, N. H. 

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Eleanor Gregoir 
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H. N. Merrill. . 
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Mabel Gukey. . . 
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L. M. Pearson. . 
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Efforts have been made to make the records of vital statistics- 
as nearly correct as possible. Any error printed in this report will 
be corrected in the record books if the parties interested will call 
the City Clerk's attention to the matter. 

Number of Births 551 

Number of Marriages 189 

Number of Deaths 217 



Ind- 



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Department Reports 

Assessors 55 

Board of Health . . .' 95 

Contagious Diseases 113 

Building Inspector 34 

City Clerk 127 

City Engineer 28 

Public Works Department 45 

Fire Department 166 

Library II9 

Board of Trustees 120 

Treasurer 's Statement 122 

Librarian ] 23 

Overseer of the Poor 42 

Police Commission 30 

Municipal Court 33 

School Department 57 

Board of Education • 53 

Superintendent 64 

Headmaster 's Report 72 

Solicitor 50 

Tax Collector 129 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 130 

Treasurer 132 

Inventories 

General Inventory 140 

r'ublie Works Department 43 

Financial 

Appropriations I39 

Auditor 284 

Bills Payable 141 



Board of Health 209 

Bonds 143 

Bounty on Animals 142 

City Hall 147 

City Debt 144 

Cemetery Account 145 

City Building (Old) 146 

City Poor 157 

County Tax 142 

Department of Public Works 242 

Election Expenses 161 

Fire Department 166 

Financial Reports 137 

Finance Committee 282 

Forest Fires 175 

Free Beds^ St. Louis Hospital 240 

G. A. R 177 

Hydrants : 178 

Interest 179 

Inventory of City Property 140 

Library 207 

Lighting Streets 181 

Municipal Regulations 138 

New Hampshire State Guard 178 

Miscellaneous 182 

Overlay Account 208 

Police 194 

Printing and Stationery 190 

Sidewalks 238 

Real Estate 239 

West Milan Road 239 

State Bonus 240 

City Stable 241 

Salaries 222 

Schools 262 

State Tax 232 

St. Louis Hospital 240 

Tax Sales 232 

Valuation 79 

Miscellaneous 

City Government 3 

Department Reports 27 

Mayor 's Address 13 

Mayors of Berlin 11 

Municipal Regulations 138 

Orders 16 

Resolutions 22 

Vital Statistics 293